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Hi all!

So, I finally bit the bullet and made Godseeker it’s own facebook page. You can find it here: http://www.facebook.com/#/pages/Godseeker/205577931968?ref=nf yeah, I know, not exactly snappy, but what are you gonna do. Art, updates, and other goodies will be going up there, as they appear. It’s a good way to communicate with us as well, if you’d like.

Also, I’m considering getting myself a webcam for the primary purpose of making my own Ustream channel. What that would mean would be my pointing a webcam at a page I’m drawing, while I draw it, for your entertainment. If you went to go watch this Ustream (which is free) you could also log in to the chat, and ask questions/make snide comments/bug me about things while your there, as well as chat with other people watching. But, seeing as cameras cost money, I want to know if this is something you folks would be interested in watching. I’d be most likely to “broadcast” Wednesdays during the day, Monday evenings, Thursday evenings, and weekends. Because those are times I’m not at the ol’ day job.

So, would people be interested in that?

Posted on November 30, 2009 at 9:23 PM in Uncategorized. Follow responses to this post with the comments feed. You can leave a comment or trackback from your own site.

5 Responses

  1. Ren says:

    I would definitely be interested in seeing the creative process. Moreso if there was a way to access previous streams (such as via youtube) for those of us who live at work and only bathe and sleep at home.

  2. Terry Blauer says:

    Ustream does allow for recording, you just wouldn’t be able to ask questions :)

  3. D.C. McQueen says:

    I’ve added your facebook page to the girlamatic page.
    Also, I’d love to get other people ustreaming, so I’d like to talk about rebroadcasting your stuff if you decide to do it!

  4. John Peters says:

    I’d definitely attend your Ustream… go for it.

  5. Amara says:

    I would be honored to watch your creative process! Would be very inspiring to see how such a cool graphic novel as yours is made.

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