this message is decertid at people who people who are VERY serious about producing indy comics or are already doing so but don’t know how to monetize online. If your team can’t put out 3 pages a week, that’s not much of a team. Even with a full time job many (including myself in the past) were able to produce pages consistently, sure, maybe not a page a day, but if you can’t do at least 3 a week well then just consider it a side hobby, not a way to earn money, get your project completed then worry about the web stuff later.The FORMULA is for making money with your work. The killing means you’re killing the momentum of this formula as a whole. That being to build regular readers and then sell books or merch to them. Weekly won’t cut the mustard in that regard.
Riiight… This was flagged as spam, and it’s not the most useful thing I’ve ever found on the internet, but it’s relevant enough that I’m going to give it the benefit of the doubt.
Anyway, I don’t have a team, and making money is not my #1 priority. I am more concerned about making something I will be proud of when it’s done. If it takes a week to put together a page the way I want it to look, then it takes a week, and there is nothing I can do about it.
Draw when you want, what you want. Cranking out a panel a day is for people who are doing this for a living. You are still finding a voice.
Yeah, I am not that desperate to turn my comics into a career. I will probably make more from my day job than from comics no matter what I draw. If I was flipping burgers or working at Wal-Mart, I’d come up with something I could crank out faster.
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