So, I've set up a Patreon page. As I explain on the page itself, I've set this up in anticipation of costs I'll be incurring after I graduate from law school.
I like to think of this as a virtual tip jar, so donations are welcome but will always be purely voluntary. I will never make any of my work exclusive to patrons only, because I want people to see my work and I don't want to pressure them into giving me financial compensation in order to do so. My philosophy is that this is a hobby of mine, so while I am doing work, I am also getting enjoyment out of it and most of the time that's compensation enough.
I have also set up this profile to only pay me if I actually do submit something. The monthly pay system doesn't sit right with me, because while I do expect to be generating enough content to warrant it, it feels like I'm being paid to exist. If I'm going to be paid, I want to be paid for the work that I do, not for simply being. On that note, I will only submit the work that takes a lot of time, effort and skill to make - in other words, maps made in Photoshop or Illustrator. I will never charge for the 'Oneshot Scenarios,' as they are easier to make.
I'm not going to set up any milestones because I honestly don't think I'll receive that much money from this, and I don't want to make any commitments I cannot keep. Like I said before, I treat this as a tip jar for work I already do.
Anyway, thanks for reading, and an extra thanks if you've decided to become a patron.