Thanks for this reply. I made that post a long time ago, so I have made a separate color version of the same comic that runs alongside the black and white version. I made the color version to enter the webtoons contest and although I didn't win anything, I did get one of the many honorable mentions they issued out and earned a spot in their frequently recommended comics. The color version currently has waaaay more subs than the black and white, but i think that's more because that's just the version webtoons promoted.
Anyways, I do think you are right. Since I've been making the comic I've been told multiple times that while my art style isn't bad it's just odd especially when put besides webtoons more anime/Korean-style art. (Which still baffles me because every time I try to get a "professional art job" all of the older artists tell me my style is just kind of generic anime style and there's nothing distinctive about it -_-) So, I guess my art is just an acquired taste? I don't really know what to do though. I know my art is improving but i haven't really changed my style...and I don't think a major style change will help either this far into the story for the readers I already have. Who knows what i'm supposed to do at this point? Because my goal is to be a featured artist. That may be silly of me to work towards that, but I think I can do it...eventually.... there's just a lot of weird road blocks.
But at least coloring it did get webtoons attention to promote me every so often, so that's a step forward I suppose?