One, the typical no-neck just didn't look right. I couldn't get that "snooty waiter" look with either a no-neck or an anthro.
And two, really, it's time to start practicing more.
Yeah, back in the day I couldn't draw people very well- and still can't, as evidenced by another recent attempt last Valentine's Day.
But then again, I wasn't all that good with the animals either, but I've improved as I've practiced. So if I keep 'practicing' the cop-out human design, I'm not going to get any better, am I?
It's like Greg Dean who does Real Life. He says he can't draw hands, so the characters, even women in dresses, always have their hands in their pockets, or their arms folded, or whatever.
I always thought that he should try drawing more hands, to learn how- the pocket thing was a cop-out.
Well, physician heal thyself.
I still probably won't use people too much, since it looks kind of jarring to have both human and animal characters, but I was starting to think it's even worse to have the detailed anthro and nondescript human.
What I need to do is start up another webcomic using human characters.