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If you were planning on acquiring signed copies of Dreamkeepers in the near future, be sure to read on.

   The good news:  I'm booking on Volume 4, shading a page a day.   "Descent to the Archives" is half done, and rolling towards completion.  

The bad news:  Hitting that quota is kneecapping my online upkeep.  E-mails and art account notes tend to languish.  Apologies to anyone awaiting reply- I will get on top of things, eventually.  But for now- colors.

The fact is, there's increasingly more to do as Dreamkeepers and Vivid grow.  To stay on task with creating content, I've got to start delegating.

First on the list:  Order fulfillment.

When people buy Dreamkeepers books I log their info, package the book, and jog off to the post office to mail it.  I do customer service relating to orders, tackling any stray delivery snafu that may arise.

Over the years we have hand-packaged literally thousands of books, to dozens of nations around the globe, working individually with hundreds of customers.  

That's fulfilling on a deep level- seeing my work through from pencil, to print, to the post office, where I personally mail it to another excited reader.

But as we grow, packaging is eating more and more of my time.  

So Vivid will begin selling its books through Amazon.  More time for me to create, faster delivery to readers- what's not to like?

Well, the downside is we'll no longer be offering personalized orders.  The option to buy a sharpie-signed and doodled graphic novel will vanish.  

Signed copies are currently for sale in our store here:  www.dreamkeeperscomic.com/stor…

If you have your heart set on one, the time to snag it is now.  The Paypal buttons are scheduled to expire in February, when we finalize the switch to Amazon.

We'll still offer signed editions during pre-orders / Kickstarters for new book releases- possibly including earlier titles.  But between Kickstarter releases, conventions will be the only other place to acquire signed books.  

Ye have been warned!    Now I must return to my sparkles- I'll break to make a new V4 Sneak Peek once I finish another scene...

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Prelude 284:  Focus Crusher Extraordinaire by Dreamkeepers
Prelude 284: Focus Crusher Extraordinaire
Dave: I love how uttering the word ‘justice’ can be used to justify anything. No matter how intellectually parched the rationale is, someone on the side of JUSTICE will stomp forward like Robocop in a marching band. A little taste of righteous fuel, a dash of confirmation bias, and any naysayers with another viewpoint better watch the hell out. I plan to put this into action the next time anything runs counter to my personal taste. Snow needs to stop falling only in the northern states. #BecauseJustice.

Liz: Dave no.
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Prelude 283 by Dreamkeepers
Prelude 283

No Justice No Peace

  Dave: Here’s a rare moment where Vanth showcases an enviable ability… Try as I might, I’ve never been able to catch airborne food in my mouth. It always impacts somewhere on the side of my face and caroms to the floor. No matter how much I practice, I can’t do a mid-air Pac Man. I would say maybe my mouth isn’t big enough, but that can’t possibly be right…

Liz: Dave and I talked a bit about how Vanth, a middle-class family, could have a cooler room than the Viscount’s daughter, Lilith. We determined that although Lilith certainly has enough toys, being placed in the tower is a bit more like staying at a really nice hotel. You aren’t supposed to actually sit on the furniture.

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If you were planning on acquiring signed copies of Dreamkeepers in the near future, be sure to read on.

   The good news:  I'm booking on Volume 4, shading a page a day.   "Descent to the Archives" is half done, and rolling towards completion.  

The bad news:  Hitting that quota is kneecapping my online upkeep.  E-mails and art account notes tend to languish.  Apologies to anyone awaiting reply- I will get on top of things, eventually.  But for now- colors.

The fact is, there's increasingly more to do as Dreamkeepers and Vivid grow.  To stay on task with creating content, I've got to start delegating.

First on the list:  Order fulfillment.

When people buy Dreamkeepers books I log their info, package the book, and jog off to the post office to mail it.  I do customer service relating to orders, tackling any stray delivery snafu that may arise.

Over the years we have hand-packaged literally thousands of books, to dozens of nations around the globe, working individually with hundreds of customers.  

That's fulfilling on a deep level- seeing my work through from pencil, to print, to the post office, where I personally mail it to another excited reader.

But as we grow, packaging is eating more and more of my time.  

So Vivid will begin selling its books through Amazon.  More time for me to create, faster delivery to readers- what's not to like?

Well, the downside is we'll no longer be offering personalized orders.  The option to buy a sharpie-signed and doodled graphic novel will vanish.  

Signed copies are currently for sale in our store here:  www.dreamkeeperscomic.com/stor…

If you have your heart set on one, the time to snag it is now.  The Paypal buttons are scheduled to expire in February, when we finalize the switch to Amazon.

We'll still offer signed editions during pre-orders / Kickstarters for new book releases- possibly including earlier titles.  But between Kickstarter releases, conventions will be the only other place to acquire signed books.  

Ye have been warned!    Now I must return to my sparkles- I'll break to make a new V4 Sneak Peek once I finish another scene...
Ornaments 2014- Lilith and Mace by Dreamkeepers
Ornaments 2014- Lilith and Mace

Happy holidays!  Now that Christmas is past, we’re posting auctions here: 

www.ebay.com/sch/dreamkeeperau…

It’s for the leftover ornaments from the batch we made at Midwest Furfest. They went over well, so we plan to create more next year- but at present, these are the only two available.

I hope everyone had a fantastic Christmas this year!

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Season's Greetings!  May hot chocolate grace the cups of all, and little marshmallows bring tidings of joy and diabetes.  

   First off, I want to thank everyone from Midwest Furfest this year.  Without going into detail, Liz and I have so much to be grateful for.  The generosity and kindness given us was flat out incredible- thank you!  

Totally makes up for the whole chlorine gas thing.

We tried out something new at MWFF this year.  No, not terrorism- Liz made the mistake of putting blank ornaments and metallic sharpie markers in my general area- and we discovered that we can create custom decorations.  Out of our experimental eight-pack, we sold all but one:

Ornament 2014 Lilith by Dreamkeepers 

We'll auction off the surviving ornament, along with its friend that we created to test shiny surfaces.  

Ornament 2014 Mace by Dreamkeepers 

I didn't want to dump something unexpected and tempting on people right in the middle of their gift budgeting, so we'll launch the auction after Christmas.  Catch our newsletter for the announcement:  www.dreamkeeperscomic.com/News…

We'll likely create another round of ornaments for next year's Midwest Furfest, especially since we can customize them on site for people.  Additionally, Liz has discovered a method for making sharpie artwork permanent, even washable, on ceramic mugs- so we might bring those around next year too.

Thanks for reading- I hope your holidays are fantastic!  Watch out for Krampus, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Festivus maximus, and Dies Natalis Solis Invicti to all.    

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pwniiz Featured By Owner 6 days ago
Just found you and your comics yesterday, read the whole story so far(which usually happens when finding a really good web comic). But for some reason I have a strong urge to make my own dreamkeeper OC. Keep up the good work (=
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me-smith0211 Featured By Owner 6 days ago
I really like your comics but when I bought them digitally, I found that while the first two volumes are 1.2GB with high res images, the third is only 70MB with images that seem lower res than the online versions. Is there a reason for this and could you fix it? 
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Quad-Pulsation Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2015
:XD: Thanks for the fave, Dave. Here's the spray itself so you can get a better look. :)

quad-pulsation.deviantart.com/…
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I have barely kept up with the dream keepers comics, but now that I am watching you. I have a better chance. :) (Smile) 
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MrSuddenlyLost Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2015  New member Hobbyist Digital Artist
I will be sure to buy some posters and hard copies once i get a job and get pain :)
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Assassin70 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2014
Question: Will the online page for the graphic novel be updated same time as the Prelude (on Fridays)? If not when will it be updated?
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VM893 Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Question: was the character Ravat inspired by the Kurgan from Highlander? I say this because he kind of reminds of the Kurgan, which is cool because that guy was a great villain, and so is Ravat. He's my favorite villain from the Comic aside from Wisp
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Featherbook Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2014
Hi! I just found Dreamkeepers and I can't get enough of it! It honestly is the comic that I've been looking for. Thank you so much for your awesome work.

Will you ever get some posters back in stock? I'd love to own some.
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BARproductions Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I love the multicolored LineArt you draw with colored ink, what pen set do you use to color pencil lines with colored ink, Dave?
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dragonslayer0945 Featured By Owner Edited Dec 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Just thought I would stop by to say that I'm loving dreamkeepers and keep up the
good work!
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