In your field or not, is there someone on Patreon who you find just inspiring? Who and why?
Peter Hollens because I love being his patron and want my patrons to have that same sense of community.
I’m in a creator’s group on Facebook, and Dyson Logos often has good information to share about building a following, and maintaining a presence on Patreon. I’ve gleaned quite a bit of useful stuff from his posts to our group.
Definitely Peter Hollens, he’s so darn amazing!
I would also love to hang out with Tim Schmoyer because he has such a wealth of knowledge, and maybe some of the sailing documentary creators to see how they built up their communities.
Yes to the sailing folk, that would be incredible!
I’d love to hear from the super niche folks, the ones who have a Patreon page for off the wall stuff that just really makes you wonder how in the world they thought of what they’re doing. I honestly do not mean this in any way disrespectful as I am in awe of how wildly creative some people are and how badass their marketing skills must be. I want to learn from them! Maybe something they’re doin’ will click with me.
I would like to introduce Paul Point, a very good writer poethry that could inspire you guys for a possible artwork. https://www.patreon.com/PaulPoint
As my woodworks style that you can see on my website http://fabius625.wixsite.com/fabio-benatti , for example, I can use some clue and tips as inspirations to start and set up ideas for wooden sculptures! See more on my website;) or on my Patreon platform
Have a lot of life!!
Sakimi Chan: https://www.patreon.com/sakimichan
Who is making $30-60K a month, and who is really working the community angle, with contests, tutorials, giveaways, and newsletters. She’s obviously super-engaged with her fanbase and I would love to hear her thought processes.
Hey she’s you! You’re her! I know you from that FB group, ha ha! Hey Lisa! (Jay Hunter here)
@Sarah Ya, Tim is a beast! He uploaded a vlog of him minding his like…6 kids? It’s crazy how much he produces. It’s really impressive.
Personally I’d love to meet Mark Brown of Game Maker’s Toolkit (he makes really in-depth video essays about aspects of games, it’s fantastic – he’s also scrutinising Zelda dungeons at the moment, which is why I signed up to his patreon)
I generally just follow other internet reviewers, Larry Bundy Jr., Obscurus Lupa, ReloadLastSave, they’d be at the top of my list!
waving at Jay