Thanks+Some things/advice/help about making comicsOk, so I'm going to be brutally honest in this journal. And by being honest I feel I'm facing some of my own mistakes when I look back (not too far back either) at all the comics I've made. Hopefully, this advice can help you too.
Firstly, I want to say thanks for all the supporters here on DA. I'm of the ilk that if something upsets me I tend to get mad, then completely avoid the whole situation. However, now returning to DA and finding lovely comments + faves I cannot help feeling 'What the hell is up with me? I've done nothing wrong!' How is it right that I'm ignoring all the good comments because of a couple of bad ones? It's not. I'm sorry.
In light of this soul searching mood I thought I might offer some advice to anyone who might want to read it. I'm not saying it's great advice, but these are some things I've learned as I've matured as a comic book artist. This is all since my very first official comic that I drew as part of a book collaboration with the very talented :devsionr