niko2pico wrote:To keep this post on topic Jake should avoid having an update schedule cause that just causes stress and rushes him
niko2pico wrote:He should also try his hand at animating I recommend this program It's called pencil, remarkably spartan program.
Dreamaniaccomic wrote:Right! Time to kick into high gear with this thing. Can't watch myself falter and drop this project like the many others before it. (Rest in peace, Pro Trainer.) Going to start answering questions and responding to posts here, as well as posting about my progress and thoughts.
So, to start, lets go with Nico's suggestion.niko2pico wrote:To keep this post on topic Jake should avoid having an update schedule cause that just causes stress and rushes him
You're correct, Nico. Deadlines of any sort can cause stress and rush work.
Of course, that's when you put them off and don't prepare for them. I want to take a much more responsible approach to the comic; if it's going to be my career, I have to treat it as such at least a little bit. I've settled on 3 days a week for the updating schedule; it was what I went with when I first started the comic, and I've learned enough to keep up the quality (hopefully!). Of course, I also plan to create a massive initial buffer for the comic (50 comics, specifically.) My goal is to keep that buffer up for one whole year without eating through it, and then I may let myself relax a bit. Humor is serious business, people .niko2pico wrote:He should also try his hand at animating I recommend this program It's called pencil, remarkably spartan program.
Maybe. I'm a bit occupied at the moment with everything else, but I'll try it out eventually.
Will post again soon.
Dreamaniaccomic wrote:You're correct, Nico.
XIVcaliber wrote: Also, quit shipping Shelby and I, it's annoying.
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