Your Ticket to the Asylum

Dear Insane Children,

You did it! Went completely insane and helped us reach our previous Patreon Goal, unlocking a numbered and signed inmate certificate for all Patrons (who were in the Asylum when we hit that goal). Yay! 

Check out Alex’s work thus far…

I’m talking with him about the back of the certificate and have suggested: 

A semi-copy of the format seen here, but with space for a number, name, and my signature. That would fill the card back from side to side (as opposed to the offset presentation seen on the “Alice” side of the card). 

What do you think? 

And… would you be OK if I *didn’t* write individual names on each card? Asking because, well, that’s a lot of names to write! Simply numbering and autographing is going to be a multi-hour task. Also trying to transcribe names while ensuring accuracy and legibility… 

Let me know what you think. Name and number… or is a number acceptable? 

While we’re on the topic of Patron Rewards… great progress is also being made on the next reward – Embroidery Patches inspired by Alice! Check this out… 

These will be produced as physical embroidered patches and presented on an illustrated card back-plate. A special 10th patch exclusive to Patrons is also in the works, so you’ll receive the 9 shown above plus an extra that will be exclusive to you here on Patreon. 

In order to be eligible for these patches you’ll need to be at the $5 (or higher) pledge level during the month when we hit the 1000 Patron Goal. We’re currently at ~770 Patrons, so we’ve got a little ways to go… but you can help us hit the goal more quickly by spreading word of this via your social media channels and among all your insane friends and family. 

Go crazy!

Live Stream Alert! Martin and I will be back with a new Live Stream on YouTube on Wednesday, March 14th at 5:30PM PST (0930, Mar 15th, HKT). You can set a reminder and join the conversation via THIS LINK.

We’ll take a look at all the latest artwork and answer your questions and comments. Don’t be late! 

From Shanghai with Love, 


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