Okie Dokie then.
The first thing that jumps to mind, the second I opened the link, is the coloring. Bright green background contrasted with a harsh black, behind a character wearing strong red, yellow, on purple?
It seriously hurt my eyes haha.
There seems to be little to no consideration to how the colors mix together, the background behind almost always a completely solid background detaches me from the story giving it a “happening in a box” vibe.
This continues to seriously hurt your fantastic lines in the next few panels where there’s a super detailed front and then the background is plain blue and green (both of which are... painfully saturated kiddie-crayon choices).
This doesn’t happen at all during the next chapters which suggests it was a conscious decision which i just don’t understand?
The visuals change pretty dramatically from story to story so I feel like specific advice is useless (though I had to say something about the colors). Something that persisted throughout was the lettering was a bit off-
Different sized text
Different sized speech bubbles to text (different margin/gutter space from the end of the text to the end of the bubble- sometimes the text even went outside the bubble??)
Huge text (some people prefer this but to me it felt..
way too big).
When it comes to the stories themselves they all felt like something I’d read in western comics 30 years ago.
Introduction, short buildup, twist-and-end.
I realize it’s hard to make short stories that don’t fit to that template, but for me, I care for it so little it was difficult for me to get through just 3 stories.
There’s a reason almost all comics on Tapas are long-running plot centric stories, or short 4koma style stories. We can get the same satisfaction from 4 panels as we can from 4 pages and most people prefer that, giving their long term attention to characters they can feel for and plot lines long and developed enough to theorize on.
For me, if I know exactly what to expect, there’s nothing propelling me to continue reading the comic.
I feel like your comics are good, they’re just not presented to the correct audience. I can’t tell you where exaclty the correct audience is since- I’m not it. But I’ve seen sites like Reddit and groups like Comic Jam circle a much more similar baseline to yours.