Dropped in for the questions.
1.1.) How many panels/slides do you like to do per chapter?
I counted and it's about 90~110 panels. If you meant 'per update' then it's 15~30. (normal sized panels)
1.2) If you do 1 page per chapter, what's the advantage to that?
(I think you meant 'episode'/'update'.) Well for continuous comic like mine, I don't like that as a reader. Not enough content.
1.3) If you do more than one page per chapter(episode), what do you feel is best about that?
Better flow for the storytelling.
2.1) How long does it take to make one full page?
Roughly a few days.
2.2) How long does it take to do a full chapter?
3~4 months. I would want to improve speed in time.
2.3) Do you have different people to help with different things?
All by myself.
2.4) Which process takes the longest?
The thumbnail stage (If i care a lot on the pages)
3.1) How did you come to settle on one idea?
I initially wanted a larger scope fantasy story but settled for a smaller contained story. I can focus on the 'inner-stories' more. I leave my original more 'outwardly-adventurous' stories for the future decade.
3.2) Have you ever jumped through ideas until you found one you like?
Maybe on brainstorming/story-drafting stages, but no when i started working on comic.
3.3) What inspiration has made you settle on one comic?
Strange similar question like 3.1.