dietrik from Subject15 and Subgalaxia

So, recently I discovered Clip Studio Paint Pro and Ex. I’m excited to say I will be shifting my art style from what you know to something different, more in line with how I hand draw.

That’s not really the point of this post though. I wanted to come to you and ask, seeing as I almost never get comments on my pages to let me know how things are going: Do you like the stories? Is it something I should look seriously into hiring an editor for? Do you think they would be all right going to an indie press? Are any of them at a level that you think I could reach out to an agent? Or do you like them online like this? Would you prefer I continue manually linking all the pages together, editing, putting in hovertext for translations, formatting?

I have a Patreon page and a Ko-fi page up as a way for people to say they like my work and throw a bit my way so I can continue affording my software to continue making the art and continue having the time to write. I need to also be able to continue affording the WordPress website I run this on along with the domain name. Neither of the support pages have had any traction in 9 months. I might have followers, but I’m wondering how worth while it is to keep the website going at this rate.

Do you get value out of my stories?

Can you let me know so I’m not feeling like I’m chucking my life into the void?

A comment, a coffee, something would be nice just to know.


Chapel Orahamm

I am a writer and artist working through the Kavordian Library series. I write sci-fi, fantasy, lgbt romance.

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