Hello there, I've been following Jason and Kabier's work for a really long time now (pretty much since Jason first started posting his animations on FA), and it's been fun to see their skills as animator and artist progress as time went on. However, with the recent development of the two games Amorous and Bare Backstreets, I've noticed something quite alarming, that maybe I and the rest of the community could help with - the funding of all these projects via Patreon is, to say the least, quite difficult to follow, and far from optimal. Let's round up all the existing patreon campaigns that Kabier and Jason run - there's Kabier's comic patreon, Jason's animation patreon, and then the Amorous and the Bare Backstreets patreons. That's a LOT of campaigns. Already, there's a problem here. Not a lot of people are able to chip in any significant amount of money into four patreons, and it's very discouraging to see all these projects run in so many different campaigns. Finding the BBS patreon was a bit of an effort since the page is not directly linked on Jason's main page (neither is Amorous, but that one is linked on the Amorous forums), it's difficult to keep track of all of them, and it feels very chaotic. I don't know who of Kabier or Jason runs these campaigns (other than Kabier's own patreon, which is pretty straight forward), but it's a whole lot of different links and budgets for a whole lot of projects. Patreon is designed around giving an artist a single blanket budget with which he may do however he please. Dividing these campaigns into so many different groups does not help at all, because it divides the budget in ways that aren't necessarily optimal and that may not even reflect how the money is really used. Moreover, the money in all of these patreons is far from equally distributed - while Jason and Kabier barely make 500 bucks per page/animation released, money that even when combined is far from enough to sustain a proper lifestyle when you release less than two pages/animations a month), the Amorous patreon is exploding with more than 3000 dollars poured into it every single month. I'm not a financial advisor, and I'm not a banker. What I am, is a concerned follower who's worried this fragmentation of all these projects may hurt the good development of Amorous, BBS, and the good production of the comics and animations Kabier and Jason are working on. If all of these projects were regrouped under a single, larger patreon with some of the stretch goals dedicated to some of the projects (Amorous' last stretch goal was at 1750, what of the remaining 1250 ? what are they used for ?), the ship would sail safer and steadier. Bare Backstreets is not exactly the kind of project that would require a brand new patreon, especially if it only gathers 30 bucks a month - it may as well be part of the Amorous patreon, and its development may as well be stretch goals to this project. People who pledge for the good development of Amorous will not protest against getting a second game as a bonus, especially if enough money's been gathered by now to guarantee Amorous' development for quite some time.