Hotarugari

Chapter 3 - 39

September 15th, 2013, 9:31 pm
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salis September 15th, 2013, 9:58 pm
BACK--- ---er, for now!!

We got some good news and bad news; good news is I’m working now and I can actually pay my dental bills, whew. Bad news is my job eats up most of my time, so I can’t draw my comics much anymore. :(

Rest assured, Hotarugari is already written, I just need to draw it, which I am determined to do, but finding time for it is a struggle. Therefore, I’m debating whether to take down the quality of Hotarugari so I can draw these pages faster, (Maybe just inks? Or no shading? Something to lessen production time for now, and then later I'll come back and fully finish the pages.) but what would you, as a reader, prefer? There’s a poll on the right for this, but feel free to share your thoughts and comment below, too.

Only one more page to go for this chapter, so I’ll try to have it done by next week so we can move on to Chapter 4!

-SAL
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Ninja Kitten XP September 15th, 2013, 10:01 pm
omg!! An update! It's cool. We all need some cash to stay afloat!
zetina September 16th, 2013, 4:00 am
i believe your low quality pages will still look good. good enough to get more story! i don't remember much from the comic anymore like this.
FireBorg September 16th, 2013, 5:32 pm
You said Hotarugari would(?) be a relatively short story. And I don't see you remaking any of it-- soo just go high quality (that is to say as it's always been) and seal it once and for all.

Well, as long as it is not 1 year per page. XD <(plenty of room there)
cuzin September 16th, 2013, 11:34 pm
well, i'd say keep it the same quality as you've been doing so far. If maybe one day you send this out on store shelves, you won't have to remake a lot of the pages since you changed the make of it! Besides I think you might find it more rewarding to be able to finish something through consistency :)