Berserker wrote:It'll be nice to see the project finished, it'll join the ranks of one of the few comics I actually completed, then maybe I'll focus more on Chloe and Clare, and even start doing some Ask Tia again, since everyone really seemed to like that.
Ah, I really liked this comic...but, hey, all good things must come to an end, as they say. However, it's good to know that Chloe and Clare may come back as well as "Ask Tia", because I really liked those as well.
'Course, I was still a lurker then...
With 'lifestyle' comics like Chloe and Clare, etc. there's not really a need for a conclusion, it's their life. But when you have a story, I've always been of the opinion that it should have a conclusion. I hate it when people drag stories out longer than they should be. Anime is my favorite example, just look at something like Cowboy Bebop, versus Bleach. Both are great anime's, however, when you talk about the two, It's usually agreed unanimously that cowboy Bebop is better. Despite the fact that it's only 26 episodes instead of Bleach's 200 something. Why is that? 'cause they just drag the story on and on. Plenty of people, including myself, love Bleach, but when talking about it, will say, the first season is great, after episode blah blah it becomes really drawn out and weird, but after episode blah blah, it starts to get good again.
Most of the time when you just drag a story on and on to get more 'content' the content is less creative and lackluster than what it started with. So when a story reaches a conclusion, you should just end it. If people really love the story, they can imagine what comes next on their own and it'll live on in their imaginations without being ruined for profit, views, whatever.
Nothing wrong with lurking either, I was a lurker on here a couple years before I actually started contributing.
Umm... where was I going again? Oh yeah... I've had a page of Chloe and Clare done for like months now but just never finalized it yet, losing my job trying to find a new one, dealing with depression, etc. felt the need to prioritize and focus on only one project instead of several like I used to. But things are getting better now, so once this series is finished, it'll be time to get back to the others and hopefully get them revitalized.
Maybe since you were lurking the first time, when I do decide to restart Ask Tia, I'll give you a chance to ask one of the first questions.