- Just a quick comic today, as I've been...busy...
Not playing Dragon Age, although that is partly to blame, but also because I've had an essay due in. Also (mostly), last night when I should have been working on Totally Crossover, and I was doing some pre-production for next year's new comic.
So, my new question to you all. I'm wondering about the future of Totally Crossover, as this new comic takes a lot more time and effort to make a page. When I started TC, I planned to run it as an experiment for a year and see how things went. The year is drawing to a close fairly quickly, and I want your opinion.
Option A: Two pages of the new comic per week, one page of a new hand-drawn comic per week, TC finishes.
Option B: One page of the new comic per week, two TC strips per week, but the update schedule will fluctuate even more than it already does.
I'm mostly sold on Option A, because I get the feeling I need to simplify rather than make my life more complicated, and because I really feel I've artistically outgrown the Totally Comic simplicity. I want to challenge myself and progress, but that'll take more work and more time.
I agree with the Spencer guy up there. As long as there is a solid conclusion that makes sense for this comic strip I think it would be best to end it and move on to what you really want to work on. I like the new style btw. Looks good and probably allows for a lot more expression of the different action.
Resist and you will be exterminated.
If you look at the clock on this page, you will find that he grew a beard really fast. XD
Also, this million dollar (or pound) question:
Your best friend has a paper cut. What do you do?
A. Preform Surgery.
B. Call an Ambulance.
C. Make sure you have your Hello Kitty Band-Aids!
D. Beat your friend down with a fire extinguisher.
posted by Dalek555 on November 7th, 2010, 12:22 pm