Motivating Giraffe kickstarter

Motivating Giraffe Kickstarter… If you haven’t had the privilege of reading it yet, you’re in for a treat.

Motivating Giraffe

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Hi guys!

Sorry, I know you thought you’d gotten rid of me but I wanted to keep you updated!

While I should have been working on a research project, I’ve spent the last couple of days excitedly looking at different options for a Motivating Giraffe coffee table book. In the goodbye thread on Reddit, a couple of you suggested Kickstarter as a way to fund the project which, after some research, seems like a fantastic idea.

The great thing about Kickstarter is that it is all or nothing – if you make a pledge but the project doesn’t raise enough funds, you aren’t committed in any way.

So check out the link below if you’re interested. Thank you again for your incredible support – with every comment you guys reaffirm my faith in people, you really do.



$10: a thank you in the book’s credits +…

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Evolution of Blue


Blue (early 2014)

When Blue Moon first started, there were only two main characters, Red and Blue.  Over time as I’ve worked and re-worked the storyline, things have grown.  Now I have five or so main characters and a surplus of supporting characters and extras.

I found it interesting as I was looking for something I haven’t posted yet at how much things have changed and seeing as I haven’t posted much of Blue (as I’ve been really concentrating on Red because the story more or less starts off as her story), I thought it would be interesting to post the evolution of Blue thus far.

They start off from 2006ish up until early 2014.

Here we go…


I forgot Blue use to be the half asian one…

blue3 blue4 blueboy5 red-and-blue

These were all back when the story was still placed during the present, instead of 150 years in the future as is is now… Also, they weren’t attending a Military Academy.


I’m not really fond of these hair styles, guess when I start to really dive into his character, I’ll be changing things up again.


“Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.”  -Unknown