So after learning the basics to panel design from some pros at a comicon recently, I felt some sense of direction as to my own story and designs. For some reason, when it comes to art, I always think that translating what's in my head to what's on the paper will be oh - so - easy. This is not only a bad habit but an extreme miscalculation. (This shit is hard.) I have been working on thumbnails for larger pages of the first chapter and feel like I kind of have no idea what I'm doing. I have an extreme impatience for creating my comics, which is quite difficult to deal with because I'm often frustrated with my lack of progress. I feel as though I am not devoting enough time to the development, and the end result will be a shitty comic. I think there is the possibility I am more cut out to be an artist who works with a writer, because even though I have my own stories, I am too impatient to develop them properly. We shall see how this develops, and I apologize for my lack of knowledge in any panel design, story, expression, etc. Of course I am writing this to a later hypothetical audience, because I as of yet have started the comic. So hello, imaginary readers, and why the fuck are you reading any of this anyway?
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