I currently use Adobe Photoshop CC 2015 for all the visual aspects of the comic, though I believe I started the comic with Photoshop CS3. The script is written in Google Docs. I use a ten-year-old Wacom Intuos 3 tablet that refuses to give up the ghost.
There is now a Patreon for both of my comics! You can get rewards like wallpapers and bonus side comics, or even monthly year-round commissions. You can also donate to me directly via paypal (firstname.lastname@example.org) or wait for me to open up personal commissions every few months. Also consider following the official tumblr, facebook, and twitter and telling others about the comic!
Sometimes I need to go on hiatus to attend to Real Life Responsibilities, and as the comic doesn’t exactly bring in much income it gets hard to justify the amount of time I spend on it. Excessive bonus page posting is a result of me having slightly more time on my hands than usual, but without the certainty of permanent scheduling.
Not yet, though I’d like to make some eventually. Currently, the interest level for a printed version is too low to me to set aside hours for making that version. I’d like to make posters someday, but I don’t feel confident enough in my composition skills to come up with an interesting enough design at the moment.
Make a plan, a buffer, and a consistent schedule. Keep in mind if you want feedback, it can take months for an audience to develop. Once you have a momentum going, don’t drop it. And don’t sweat it if your art or writing isn’t perfect-- skill comes with practice and making a weekly webcomic can give you the long-term experience for developing those techniques. Trust yourself!