Auctionfest, Round Two! Thanks, Kayuda!
If the six auctions that opened Monday morning aren't what you're looking for, here are six more, again sponsored by Wotan LLC as part of their Kayuda launch. Kayuda is a web-based visual wiki, a mind-mapping tool, and a non-linear writing tool that allows you to track ideas and the relationships between them.
As I said on Monday, Wotan purchased these pieces from me, and then told me to auction them off and keep the proceeds. So there it is, I got paid twice. But wait... all of these but one (I bet you can guess which) appear in Schlock Mercenary books, so I already got paid once for the artwork.
I've been using Kayuda to help me organize some of my story notes, and I like it. I think you'll like it too, especially since you can try it out for free. I don't usually say "please support our sponsors," but the Kayuda team has been very generous with this campaign, and I'd love to see them get lots of attention as a result.
Here is a list of the auctions that opened Tuesday evening:
I'll understand if the bidding on "Howard's Happy Dance" stays down around $0.99. I drew that one just for this campaign at the express request (read that "contractual demand") of the sponsor. The Cover Art auction is a different story: It includes all three inked pieces I used to assemble the cover, and this is the first time I've made something like that available. blog comments powered by Disqus