Thumbnails. Woooo. Felt like practicing some poses.
Thanks for all of your comments on yesterday's blogpost! I'd answer them directly, but I'd have to pretty much repeat myself 8 times, so I'll do it here:
Thanks for being all cool and understanding. I know that I don't have to update this blog every day, but I still want to. It gives me motivation and it's a good way to start the day. Yesterday's blog was not about "Pllz guys let me go", but more "how do I organise this thing that I am going to do anyway?". Because I am gonna draw these sketches/comics/studies/etc. every morning anyway. I just need to find a balance between freedom and discipline. And updating this blog as often as I can is the 'discipline' part of the equation.
About updating the blog once, twice a week: I dunno, I think it might make me lazy. If the new schelude does not work out, I'd probably scale back to updating like that. We'll see.
Also, many of you wrote that it's not my obligation to update this blog, and it's not like you are paying me to do so, so I don't have to care that much. I think that's not 100% true. Yeah I can do whatever I want with this thing, sure, but I don't think that's the kind of a creator I want to be. It's like with webcomics: once the author says, that' he's gonna update three times a week, he'd betted update three times a week. Don't you hate it when the webcomic you like does not update when it's supposed to? That's the deal: you create content on time, and you get fans/fame/whatever in return. I might not be drawing a webcomic (well...), but I want to hold myself to the same standards. That's why I feel bad about not updating when I promised I would.