=> someone make a comic with a couple of lesbians with no personnalities, no developped story aside from random “lesbian jokes” and an awkward ending with “AT THE END THEY WERE GAY, OMG!”
=> Tom Preston does it
You didn’t really mention what comic it is you saw, so I can’t really speak for or against it. Unfortunately, without that, the rest of your argument as devil’s advocate also falls a bit flat, since there’s little comparison to act on. Plus you only address drawing style and plot?
I know plenty of people who are “worse” than Preston in comic quality, yet get more support than he does, and I never said those people didn’t exist. Though the people who make those kind of comics and get REALLY popular, I find tend to have something to set them apart: either really cute designs, good storytelling skills, or good placement with the audience, which is a point I forgot to mention before.
That other comic you saw had lazy art and a bad plot. Did the author have a toxic personality towards their audience? In today’s modern world where you can learn about anyone just by doing a google search for their name, it’s just reality that who you ARE can affect how people view what you MAKE.