Trevor Waurechen

Trevor Waurechen

is creating Comics

4

patrons

$22

per month
I'm a cartoonist drawing comics about everyday life and other strange things! My autobiographical comic, It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time, is 500 pages and growing, both online at www.it-seemed-like-a-good-idea-at-the-time.com and in a series of minicomics. My minicomics also include the stories Open Bar, a night in the life of a bartender, and Red Eye, a story of paranoia on an all-night bus trip. Currently, I'm serializing one of two book-length projects I'm actively working on here, exclusively to my Patreon supporters! By joining my Patreon, you can read new panels of There's Always Another Friday every week, and you're helping me fund the production of this and other stories I have to tell. Thanks for your help!
Tiers
Look-And-See!
$1 or more per month
Show you appreciate what you're seeing with just a dollar a month, and get weekly peeks into my sketchbooks and current projects, advance posts of my webcomic, plus my eternal gratitude!
It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time
$5 or more per month
Access to free .pdf ebooks of the first three It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time minicomics: How To Draw Trevor, The Story So Far, and Artists In The Wild.
All My Minicomics (ebooks)
$10 or more per month
Recieve free .pdf ebook versions of all of my current minicomics, including The Truth About The Canadian Wilderness (the Zunior Records 10th anniversary comic), the 58-page Red Eye, and more!
All My Minicomics (print)
$20 or more per month
After two months at this reward level, I will mail you a print copy of every single minicomic I have produced, as well as any new minis as soon as they become available!
Goals
4 of 10 patrons
Two panels per week! Right now, I'm releasing one panel each week from my current graphic novel project, "There's Always Another Friday" to my patrons. The more my audience grows, the more of the work I'll share here. Once I reach ten patrons, I'll begin releasing two panels each week until the story has been completed.
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I'm a cartoonist drawing comics about everyday life and other strange things! My autobiographical comic, It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time, is 500 pages and growing, both online at www.it-seemed-like-a-good-idea-at-the-time.com and in a series of minicomics. My minicomics also include the stories Open Bar, a night in the life of a bartender, and Red Eye, a story of paranoia on an all-night bus trip. Currently, I'm serializing one of two book-length projects I'm actively working on here, exclusively to my Patreon supporters! By joining my Patreon, you can read new panels of There's Always Another Friday every week, and you're helping me fund the production of this and other stories I have to tell. Thanks for your help!

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Tiers
Look-And-See!
$1 or more per month
Show you appreciate what you're seeing with just a dollar a month, and get weekly peeks into my sketchbooks and current projects, advance posts of my webcomic, plus my eternal gratitude!
It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time
$5 or more per month
Access to free .pdf ebooks of the first three It Seemed Like A Good Idea At The Time minicomics: How To Draw Trevor, The Story So Far, and Artists In The Wild.
All My Minicomics (ebooks)
$10 or more per month
Recieve free .pdf ebook versions of all of my current minicomics, including The Truth About The Canadian Wilderness (the Zunior Records 10th anniversary comic), the 58-page Red Eye, and more!
All My Minicomics (print)
$20 or more per month
After two months at this reward level, I will mail you a print copy of every single minicomic I have produced, as well as any new minis as soon as they become available!