This is something I've been kicking around for awhile. I realized there are artists and styles that I like and try to emulate that take me a long time to draw, and there are ones that I can do much quicker but with a lot more slop.
For a one off drawing I switch around, you can poke through my gallery and see me switching, some detail painterly, some pencil sketchy, some messy but looks like ink, and some cel shaded, some real traditional comic inks.
I want to draw more comic pages quicker, and due to the day job I've found I get around 3 hours a day to draw. I need to pick up the pace, and increase the hours (that is a separate issues)
It's trickier with an on going comic, as I want so level of consistency , but on the style path I'm on, it's just to slow of an output for me.
Theres also the life killing aspect, I mean the life of the drawing.
in a sketch, I have a lot of lines down, and the viewer gets a feeling for the whole. but when it comes to ink, only one line is the "right" line. And If I choose poorly, then it sucks a little bit of energy out of the drawing. Not to mention my inking skillz aren't that strong.
just thinking out loud. might try something new for the comic pages