I've done printouts of some of my stories and made them into book signatures. Being able to hold the pages in my hand as physical objects has affected my view of them. I can see now that as a book, there are too many full-page, full-color drawings one after another. The eye needs some variety and some relief as one pages through a book. So I've started doing little minimal drawings that will fall between the longer, more elaborately drawn stories. And I'm working on some very short, limited-color sequences as well to give the reader visual "breathing room".
Oh, and Marty, since our discussion about picture size some weeks back, I'm trying something different. I have enlarged the picture on the page, reducing the white space as compared to the printout you saw at my house.