So I was talking with family about my comic and the overall theme and genre, and I noticed that the basic plot of the comic evolved quite a bit since the comic was first started. Originally it was "The story of a fox magician who's tricks don't always work out as planned" Now its more like "The story of a clumsy fox magician who battles demons with her friends who are also magical girls." Now I find that to be a good thing that the comic has got more depth to it and an actual continuing story. I take care not to make the story too dark or depressing. The other challenge is making sure the story doesn't wind up becoming too similar to the places I draw inspiration from.
I can't increase the update schedule right now, its just enough work as it is to try to get a comic done every other week and have time for other artwork as well, I'm not sure how these other people handle multiple updates per week. However, I have a new format planned for upcoming pages, instead of the strict 3-4 panel layout, I will be using a variable layout like many comic books use, to make the stories flow faster which will look great with their upcoming battle with Horigkeit, the Bondadge Demon.
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