Camille ( collared-by-faile
) has been working on getting these things up and going for a couple of years now, and over this past Spring Break, she finally finished them.
Rats in the Cellar, Part 1 --> www.amazon.com/dp/B06XFYNFWH
Rats in the Cellar, Part 2 --> www.amazon.com/dp/B06XKB1M1YQuestions and AnswersHow much do they cost?
We've got it set up so that every digital publication for the Demon's Due storyline should cost $4.99. It's a bit higher than other Kindle books of similar size because all of the images make the file size much larger and therefore more costly to deliver for Amazon.What if I already purchased the hardcopy and wanted to get the digital version?
We set it up with a "matchbook price" that allows those who have a verified purchase of the hardcopy to get the Kindle version for a mere 99 cents. Look for the link on the Amazon page for each book.Is the art visible in these smaller Kindle versions?
It's visible, yes. But, depending upon which device and app you are using to view/read the digital publications, the art will look better and be more accessible (expandable by touch, etc.). Kindle's publishing process required that we size each image down to around 100K, which affords an image in 144 dpi with the largest dimension limited to 640 pixels. That means that on a normal computer screen (resolution of 72 dpi), each image is about the size of my open hand, including the palm, thumb and fingers. Trying to view the images larger than that will obviously create some pixelation and lessen the quality. Trying to view the images on a smaller device (smart phone, etc) will shrink the images down some, and as I try to pack details into my drawings, some of them can look like very cluttered thumbnails. All in all, we felt like the situation provided the best of both worlds and minimized the negatives, and we'd appreciate feedback on them from those who are interested. Obviously, the best way to view ALL of the art is a matter of personal perspective and preference, but both the digital and hardcopy versions contain all of the regular and bonus images in each publication.Will Twisted Plot and the other publications also be made available?"
Yes, indeed they will. Now that we've got the system down, we'll work on putting the rest of them together, but it will come down somewhat to demand in this regard. See, Camille works more on the "kudos" system than I do, in that if she knows people are wanting and clamoring (and "paying") for Kindle publications, she'll be more inclined to get in and finish the next ones much faster. Considering that we now have the first Bikini Babes in Peril book digitally available in the Kindle store, and that we have a busy Spring ahead of us, I'd expect the Twisted Plot publications to be made available later this Summer (after Part 3 is done and published in hardcopy). The second Bikini Babes in Peril collection will probably be made available next Spring.Will you be adding to this journal entry?
Yes, as more questions are posed, I'll revise this and add them below.Where can I get the hardcopy for these publications?
Basically, do a search for "Jeff Fairbourn" in your regional Amazon website, and you should find me.
Enjoy!Note: Web of Betrayal and Demon's Due are a work of fantasy and fiction. The artist/creator in no way condones real mistreatment of this kind toward any woman or man, by living person, gremlin, plant, assassin, ratman, viscous fluid, programmed device, animated home furnishings, or otherworldly spiritual beings. Furthermore, the artist opposes the marginalizing and restriction of women in general by any institution, political and/or religious, including those which have individual women amongst their membership touting/promoting their own happiness within that institution as evidence that ALL women should feel the same way. This includes the religion the artist was raised in and which he has utterly discarded from his life over this and other issues.