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Starting Over...Halp x__x
Katch at 9:01PM, July 9, 2010
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Sooooo, i dont know how many people have read my comics, quite a bit at least. But i currently have three comics, and none of them have been updated…at all…because i feel my art hasn't been good enough (imo) to put up. And looking back at where i started, i realize WHY i want to start over x__x…egads it's terrible…

I have toyed with the idea of just deleting what i have and completely re doing everything with the art i do now…would this be a good idea or should i just go with the flow and continue? You'd see progress fer sure…XP

On the other hand, if i did redo them all, it would be a loooot better looking~
well, you can figure that for yourself, i'm mostly talking about E20K and Revenge Addict. Cuz Nu & Me i do on my spare time.

Any tips or ideas to help me with this problem would be most helpful ^^

As i am going to Comic Con soon, i do plan on showing some of my stuff to anyone who will look at it, i would love your opinions on how to make what you see better.

Thank you so much. <3
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BlkKnight at 9:23PM, July 9, 2010
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I did read Revenge Addict before and was entertained by it.

My advice would be to stick to one of them. Whether or not to start from scratch is a tough one. In some ways seeing progression is a good thing. At least that's what I was told when I debated redoing my comic's prologue.
That's “Dr. BlkKnight” to all of you.
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Katch at 12:13PM, July 10, 2010
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Alright ^^; thank you
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Joneko at 5:35PM, July 10, 2010
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What I've seen some people do is just continue from where they left off, and, when they have extra time, go back and replace a page at a time of the old art with redone pages. If you're worried about a complete redo being jarring, this might be a good option. You could always link to a copy of the old page in the redone page so people have something to compare it to.
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Katch at 8:48PM, July 10, 2010
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Hmmm, alright ^^ thanks
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