November 26, 2008
Don’t ever get me wrong about this:
I can already tell that a struggle to do something with yourself is way better than becoming something overnight.
Now, a couple of years ago, when I was really starting to take my comics more seriously as something I could do for money (chuckle) I knew that what I was drawing didn’t look good. And, the things I was writing weren’t even good at all. I only submitted to little magazines around my town, knowing that seeing my work in print anywhere at that point would light my fire. The fire that I’m still going off of. I’m slowly trying to draw with a more “mature” voice.I don’t want people to read my comics and ever put me in the amateur box. I worked at it. I still am, but now it’s a bit more polishing work. Finding the right curve, and the right kind of hand. That hand that I’ve been looking for. I am developing my own style. A style that is something that I would want to look at if I saw it.