And thus ends the story of Olav selling shirts! I don’t know that fans are actually more likely to buy things other than shirts at shows, but I do know that my closet is getting full!
In case you missed it on the comic post today, I’ve started a Patreon Page for Botched Spot (and there are a few Over Like Olav milestone goals on it)! View it at www.patreon.com/botchedspot, please!
Just to be clear, the comics on Botched Spot are, have been, will be, free forever. Until the sun explodes into the earth.
In case you’re unfamiliar with what Patreon is, it’s basically a way to support different creators through small monthly donations and get some cool things in return, like behind the scenes info on how my comics are made, wallpapers, extra comics, and other cool things. I really love making comics for all of you to read, and by supporting me through this it will help to make creating comics a main focus in my life.
So please check it out at www.patreon.com/botchedspot and feel free to ask any questions here, message me on Patreon, or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for checking it out, and whether you back me or not, thanks for reading!
Olav has returned! And this time I’m super serious about it, dammit! After several attempts and much time spent questioning how exactly I want to handle Olav, I think I’ve found a way to do it. My new solution is to update Over Like Olav weekly, on weekends (either Saturday or Sunday, whenever I get it done). So one update a week, but it’s going to be a larger comic, kind of like a Sunday strip from newspapers. Also, to make it easier to see if Over Like Olav has really updated, I added a widget on the main Botched Spot page to show the latest post. It’s important to me to update it regularly (which eliminated my first attempt at updating “Over Like Olav” whenever I felt like it) but also to not drive myself crazy with updates (which eliminated my brief attempt to update on Tuesdays and Thursdays along with my normal M-W-F Botched Spot comics).
I know that this is the umpteenth time that I’ve tried to rework how I want to handle Olav, but I feel really good about it this time. And to show I’m serious about it I’ve already built a buffer up for the first storyline. So anyway, I hope you enjoy it, and thanks for reading!