I’ve actually slowed down. I use a trick I learned from Dick Giordano decades ago; He said to use a clock. Decide how long it takes to do a page, for example I commit to inking a page in an hour. So, you start the page exactly on the hour, say 1:00. Start inking the IMPORTANT stuff first, in order of importance; characters, key props like guns or cars. At some point you will look at the clock and realize 45 minutes have passed, and you’re nowhere near finishing. Spend the last 15 minutes painting everything else black, making silhouettes. This actually has the effect of making the fully inked key elements pop! It simplifies the layout, makes it stronger and easier to read. For color, I color 5-10 pages simultaneously, doing all the blues on every page, then all the reds, then yellow, white, etc. Always with an eye on the clock.