The one problem I see is the role computers have in my comic. I get the impression that the standard procedure, with drawn comics, is to write and draw each strip out on paper during the hour depicted, then scan them all in later. That way, you don't need to go to your computer every hour, which would heavily constrain the daily routine (probably in uninteresting ways).
The way I make a photocomic involves heavy computer use. If I'm away from my computer (as I often am during the course of a day), I can plan out the general course of a strip and take some pictures for it. But that's a very small part. The computer-aided portion involves selecting the particular pictures to use, putting the dialogue in (often with considerable rewriting), and so on. Doing that after having lived through the entire day would make the strips less authentic as hourly comics, since there's no way to ensure that I'd be making the strips the way I would have without knowing what was going to happen next.
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