Looking at Zap! and Wild life your style changed alot and i guess it developed into the style you have for WL when Zap! was starting to end. was it hard to keep the Zap! style going when you clearly had developed beyond it, into a more semi-realistic style?
I actually never drew Zap! in my own personal style, it was a style developed especially for the tone of the comic. It certainly grew as I grew, but it was pretty exhausting to not draw in my natural style for all that time!
I messed around with different styles for WL too, but then I just decided to go with my natural drawing style, and see where that went. It’s been nice to just kind of push my own instincts and try to grow that way, rather than try to conform to a particular aesthetic. :)