Gaia’s a different place now. Cloud is welcome to do what ever makes him comfortable.
Cloud is a strong independent woman who don’t need no man.
What ever he wants, not what every he wants.
I fixed it. I usually only see the spelling mistakes if they’re not real words, because Google Chrome underlines them for me. Nonetheless, it’s corrected.
Spelling mistakes are so prevalent in so many webcomics I follow that I wonder whether the same gene is responsible for both great art and poor spelling skills.
It makes sense so far: I can spell alright but I can’t draw to save my life.
There’s multiple reasons for this. For starters, most webcomic people are one or two person groups. As such, there probably isn’t any editor to check for spelling or grammatical mistakes.
Second, most webcomic people are comic creators first and bloggers second. Take a look at the blog posts accompanying most webcomics. They are pretty small. It’s not what we do. We create comics and then we might put a little blog about it after the comic is finished. So after the blog post is written, we’re not really rechecking it just because it’s not what we normally do.
Lastly, there’s time. Most webcomics do not have buffers. When you see a webcomic go live it’s probably because its creator just finished it. And that rushed mentality gives lead to careless mistakes. But in the creator’s mind, they just want to get it finished and in front of the audience as soon as possible. So it’s a fair trade off.
Does that make sense?