…because my kickstarter project is doing so well in the first two days. As of last night we have passed our initial funding goal, but are we stopping there? No we are not! One of the things that Kickstarter advises, is that you ask for the bare (or ‘bear’) minimum that it will take to both do your project, and fulfill your rewards. This is because it’s an all or nothing deal. If you really need $10,000 or the project can’t happen, It doesn’t make any sense to give you the $5,000 if that’s all you’ve raised, because then you can’t do the project, or fulfill the rewards, and then people get kind of snarky. (For good reason)
But, if you’re thinking ahead, there are always more parts to the project than you’ve first presented, and if you make secondary goals, maybe you can do some of them too, if you raise enough money. So get on over to the project, and sign up for a book or some original art. There will be some new rewards later today as well as some clearly stated additional goals.
Of course the panda kindergarten wanted to lend a hand with the fundraising, and who am I to say “no”? (Nobody says “no” to the panda kindergarten!)
But just because we are doing well, it doesn’t mean that we are out of the woods (or that we are doing what bears usually do in the woods!)
The panda kindergarten has been SOOOOOO helpful in past campaigns:
And here’s a little something from the panda kindergarten as they celebrate valentines day…