If a comic does update infrequently for a time, could there still be consideration for the amount of work which is put into each update, in a "quality over quantity" sense? (As some would say, "do you want it done quick, or do you want it done right?")
Could the proportion and complexity of linework versus open (sheer black or white) space be taken into account? The use of techniques such as crosshatching instead of grayscale? In general, the effort of coloring or drawing by hand versus work done by computer?
Since only the work from the past year is supposed to be considered, I can see how less-frequent updates would be a problem, and there wouldn't even be reason to consider consistency and (consistency in) detail throughout the archives (part of the whole "done right" aspect).
I'm just a reader, not a creator, but I guess I'm just curious as to how the judges might approach such things. "Sorry, but there's always next year"?
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on Fri Jan 19, 2007 1:44 pm, edited 1 time in total.