You bet it involved meticulous planning. I had around 16 total layers and a maximum of ten actually in the layer slot at any given time. I think it shows.XIVcaliber wrote: It involves meticulous planning.
You admit that you had doodles that were not actual comics, like some snotty webcomic writers would not do.
IT'S NOT FILLER.
Hey, I know as well as everyone that I can't go and count it as a comic if it doesn't have some sort of story, whether comedic or dramatic. But 100 updates of my own work is still a pretty dang awesome milestone in my subjective and prideful opinion, so it deserved the hard(er) work.
I try to be honest with myself and others, which doesn't mean I'm humble; I just admit that I'm capable of flaws and don't mind them being pointed out. That's where certain snobby webcomic artists end up; they refuse to let others criticize their work out of imagined importance or pride. I actively accept criticism as long as it's logical and helpful; I don't care if it's constructive or destructive, which are fancy terms used by elementary-school writing teachers in a vague and misguided attempt to prevent hurt feelings.
... I have no idea where I was going when I wrote this. I meander and rant alot...