So what I’ve learned so far is that Fiverr is good for disposable entities and grassroots startups. There’s a lot of graphic work I needed done, as well as a lot of research. I think I’ve spent $400 here total. Usually that would only get me a few samples of a logo from a business near me.
With Fiverr’s help I’ve created “HyperRoot”. Which is pretty fun. Just a little project I came up with to experiment with directing contractors.
I want to direct art next. It’ll require a lot more funds, but I’ve seen some badass artists on here & I want to do an online graphic novel over time. I want to incorporate music and some animation though too. I don’t know, it seems difficult. But I’ve got this amazing talent to programmatically orchestrate all the creative content that comes from here, so I think it’s worth experimenting with.
I’ve spent a lot of money on material things. Fiverr is more satisfying than a lot of that.