>>98220471>>98217188>if you're not willing to basically lose your life, for your webcomic, you'll be happier doing standalone drawings that don't require such an absurd level of commitment and work.
Webcomics require as much work as you're willing to put into them, they're really not that bad if you set reasonable goals for yourself and have a good work ethic. In all likelihood, the webcomics you make aren't going to be that great. This is okay, webcomics are supposed to be fun passion projects, relax and enjoy yourself. If you're "losing your life," you might want to take a step back and reevaluate what you're doing.