So it was the hallway full of bunnies, eh? Well, that's a cool-ass thing to be an homage. Is there such a thing as retconned homages? Crap, first finished comic I've drawn, and retconning is involved. Looks like I can get a job at Marvel!
The dust has settled a bit, and Charlie In: Comics is definitely going to be a reality (I pencilled a 6-page short while at work today, I think I'm addicted). For those of you that have been webcomicking longer than I, how would you suggest I do this? I think a M-W-F updating schedule would be the most manageable for me, but right now I have 8 weeks worth of strips done, and 2 more that just need inking. Should I really let that time pass (and continue to have a freaking gigantic buffer), should I post 'The Peg Bunnies' all at once and then go M-W-F forward, or should I do an aggressive every day update through 'The Peg Bunnies' to give me time to maintain the buffer? I know a lot of artists work 2 weeks in advance, and provided I ink all of this short I've pencilled (entitled "Charlie In: The Wrong Feet") soon , I'll have that buffer done.
Or on the other hand, since this strip isn't really a gag a day, should I go for a M-F 5 updates a week schedule to keep the pacing snappy? I have a day shy of 5 weeks ready now and inks away from 6 if I went that route. Five a week just seems kinda demanding, especially if I get writer's block.
What do you guys think?
And to revisit the hosting question, has anyone got any problems/praise for Drunk Duck, Webcomics Nation, or Comic Genesis?
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