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Questions about our new book The Character Designer?

Ryan here.

And because I’ve been getting a few questions about The Character Designer since we launched our campaign…

I thought I’d take a moment to answer some of the more common things folks have been asking me about this product:

Q: How many pages are in the book?
A: It’s still not confirmed yet, because we have only about 60% of the content, but it will be around 200-250 pages of incredible content 🙂

Pre-order your copy here.

Q: Are you doing stretch goals?
A: In the beginning we said we would not do stretch goals, but because we smashed our funding goal we decided to add them to make the book even better for you!

UPDATE! Secret artist to be announced!

The stretch goal has been reached, we will announce the secret artist soon. To find out, leave your email here.

Q: Is there a guarantee?
A: Of course! YOU will absolutely love this book or you get your money back. You have 30 days from when you receive the book to decide 🙂

Q: When will my book be delivered?
A: We are maintaining an aggressive manufacturing schedule and anticipate your book to be delivered in February 2020.

Q: Will the book be available in stores?
A. No, it will only be available on Kickstarter and pre-order on 21-draw.

Q: What is the advantage of backing us on Kickstarter?
A: First and foremost, you will get an exclusive $15 discount when you back us on Kickstarter!

Second, you will join our interactive community on Kickstarter. Fans often bring great and achievable ideas or suggestions that eventually become stretch goals.

We also keep you updated with the latest progress of R&D, manufacturing and delivery. Kickstarter backers are the MOST important asset of us – we will be open to your suggestions and feedback, positive or negative.

Our goal is to create the best possible version of The Character Designer, beyond your expectations!

Lastly, if you STILL have any unanswered questions… leave them in the comment section!

Click HERE to pre-order The Character Designer!

Thanks again and talk soon,
Ryan.

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