>>15089>More so,they are never going to be Las Lindas, ElGoonish or TwoKinds and have the same kind of support those works do, and they are aware of that. They are no longer in the time of "firsts", and instead they are getting into the time of "lasts". In order for UQ to catch up with LL, TK and such, they will need many, many years of work. So, UberQuest is pretty much their last big project. They are on their mid 30's. By the time they catch up to Las Lindas or TwoKinds in number of pages and storytelling, they will be… near 50?
TwoKinds - going on for 17 years or so
Las Lindas - going on for 16 years or so
ElGoonish Shive - going on 18 years
Chalo is already in his mid forties, many of these artists never saw profit or return for those webcomics for years and years and years.
TwoKinds is unique because Tom's brother is a super famous Youtuber who pimped out his work and they cross-promote one another.
ElGoonish Shive simply does the same thing Questionable Content does to fulfill queer-quotas and updating frequently for a decade or so. I am sure the creator is probably in their 30s easily by now as well.
Also amount of time =/= when something takes off in popularity. Hazbin Hotel has only been around briefly and amounted a huge fanbase. The same goes for other things that are e-popular, like Undertale.
>Las Lindas makes on a single page more of what Uberquest make on a month worth of content. Given their output, LL makes over 4 times the amount of money, and it is made by a single guy.
Las Lindas is made by a man in his 40s living with his brother,wife and children. He has alot less of the output in comparison. Chalo will never monetize his work into a format. UberQuest has been around for only 6 years but has published two books, Las Lindas has been around 10+ years LONGER and has not even published a single book, merchandise is almost non-existent and Chalo has trouble doing anything out of the shithole that is El Slavador (also countries outside of the US get heavily taxed for Patreon usage.. so whatever it seems like Chalo is making, Patreon takes about a 30 percent cut to deliver it to his currency/bank).
>That doesn't matter. What matter is the amount of support a work gets. UberQuest could be a Shakesperean masterpiece but still means shit when Skidd has to nearly beg for money for food and bills.
Skidd working hard does not have anything to do with the worth of his work. Your opinion doesn't hold any water whatsoever to his ability to make work, be successful to continue doing whatever the hell he so desires. The fact you are shitting on an artist for being responsible is catastrophically shitty.
>Uberquest started in February of 2014. It's been over six years and the main party isn't complete and just now the main villain was revealed. And their comic and overall artist popularity is still far below Chalo or artists of that level. At this pace they will be old folks by the time they even get to the middle part of their comic, and that's if they manage to keep it going that long.
Again, whatever age they are at when the story is completed is arbitrary. It's the same toxic mindset that people have when they say someone has to have their entire life planned out,married and secure in their career by 25. With the frequency of updates I very much doubt it. Similarly, Las Lindas started in 2004 and was around 290 pages by 2010… exactly 6 years. How many pages is UberQuest currently at? 287 and the year is not complete, that is with slowing down a lot for about a year and a half as well.
All you are doing is ranting and raving with no real point and little to any knowledge of the stuff you are trying to pigeonhole into being true.