I did it!
Well, since the rules for the Four-Hour Comic were based on the rules for the 24-Hour comic, the length was the same. If I had been saying I was doing a 24-Hour comic, I would have been vastly triumphant by completing it in onlt 10.5 hours! Yet, even though I said it would be a Four-Hour Comic, I have certainly not failed.
After discussions with the only other person who has attempted to do a Four-Hour Comic so far, we are considering making it widely-known that by “Four-Hour Comic” we mean “A Comic Completed in Around Eight Hours” – we each were able to complete over half the required material within four hours’ work. In fact, if not for a computer crash and subsequent time taken getting my software tools back in order and ready to go, I may have completed the comic in a mere eight hours. Anyway, we’re going to keep calling it the “Four-Hour Comic”, though it is likely that the expectation will be to finish in about eight hours from now on.
Heath, this new “rule” doesn’t apply to the comic you’re going to try to do before Monday night. Instead, you should try to get 100 panels done in … say, two hours? No.. better yet, 15 minutes. Good luck!
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