My comic's pages used to only be half as big?
How about when my old comic took hiatuses that sometimes lasted several months?
Hahahah, I've really gotten a hang of this whole updating on schedule thing haven't I?
Character navigation and archives!
SURPRISE! Occasionally I actually do what Neorice asks me to do. This time I finally added character navigation, and character-specific archives. You can comment here if anything doesn't work, and then most likely I won't notice and Neorice will bug me about it. Enjoy!
New smileys up on forums.
Because I know some of you get a kick out of it, bunch of new smileys available on the forum!
Sup guys! How are you enjoying the daily updates over summer? I've been working hard to keep my buffer up (It's still over 200 pages >:D)
I thought it'd be fun to do a little FAQ-y thing w/regards to the comic. So sup?
NEW VOTE INCENTIVE.
Decided to draw some quick pictures of the characters featured in Noah's current chapter.
Thanks for reading!
Livestream + Q&A
Gonna livestream some art in a while, will also take the time to answer questions from the stream!
Go to the link below to join me:
New Vote Incentive
New incentive if you vote on top web comics.
I've decided to show some slightly more detailed faces for the 4 main characters in Tobi's dungeon story arc.
I hope you guys appreciate it, enjoy!
RIP Satoru Iwata
Devestating news to wake up to. My love for pixelart and anything related to gaming is honestly entirely thanks to Nintendo, so waking up to hear about Iwata passing away honestly hit me hard.
So for fun I decided to go back to a portion of my old comic ptGG that correlates closely to the part of the buffer I'm making right now.
In 2010 I had the following update pattern at some point:
so in sep: 7 updates, october: 3 updates, november: 5 updates.
The current Tobi arc in April (a relatively slow month as I didn't do any drastic update boosts):
That's 13 pages in a "slow" month. An added point of interest is that my old webcomic literally had no buffer at all. (I tried to create one later on but it barely held up over summer & ran out)
In contrast, Hero Oh Hero currently has a buffer standing 200 pages strong. (at a 3-update a week rate that's well over a year..)
Nothing particularly important, but I decided to kinda put these numbers together while referencing old comic pages for some information & seeing just how much the new style/methods I apply for the new comic help me in page creation.
There's really no contest speed-wise.
I added a handful of new smileys to the forums, as good a reason to post as any.