Spaceprincess wrote:I just submitted a new comic to update this sunday after missing 2 months. man, once you start missing an update it gets way too easy to miss more.
Oh man, ain't it the truth... I like when I can build up momentum and just keep working on comics, but it's rare, and when you fall out of that momentum, damn, do you fall!
Spaceprincess wrote:I'm a regular reader of loud era but with most web comics I can read several months worth of comics in a few minutes so there isn't a need to check in very often.
Aww. I appreciate that. For what it's worth, I know that my comic is never going to be a big-hitter readership wise, because the subject doesn't have universal appeal (and I'm not a strong enough writer to MAKE it appealing to a huge number of people, either) and for numerous other reasons, some of which are my own downfalls and some of which are the nature of comic readers. I just get a little disheartened, when I feel so good about getting 15 hits one day, and then I glance at my pal's stats and see that she's got an average of quite a few hundred readers daily. It's all relative, obviously, but as a human being I have an ego and it doesn't always respond rationally to, well, anything