Back in the day, I actually did make a webcomic, but every page was done in a huge hurry. As the end result, it was a very poorly drawn, poorly written, and just poor in general.
I believe myself to be going through an art dilemma in my life right now. I'm currently a young college student, and my life is surrounded by changes. I get stressed easily. I'm also trying to figure out who I am and what I want to do with my life. I know what I want to do, and that's make art, not waste all of my precious time searching the net. But when it comes to art, I feel like I should concentrate my efforts on a few limited areas so that I can perfect what I do work on. (If I have too many options, I know for a fact that I get overwhelmed.) Also, I've been trying to establish my art style for a long time now, but it's difficult to do so when I love so many types of art.
I like anthro, anime, cartoony, realistic, macabre, surreal... I like it all.
And I'm also concerned with whether I should stick to more... I guess "fine art" or if I should go more into the comic side of things. I love comics. I enjoy making them. But I always feel like what I draw isn't good enough. I also really enjoy pen & ink, sketching, watercolor, and oil painting. So I'm torn between doing comics and making singular artworks.
The reason I'm so driven to make comics is because I love writing my own stories, and I especially love my cast of characters. I want to give them a huge gift... to be seen and admired by the readers. But I make excuses all of the time. My scanner is beneath my desk, and it's a pain in the butt to constantly have to crouch down there to scan anything. This is just plain lazy, right? Also, my house is small and disorganized. Another excuse. I'd work on my art desk in the front room but Mom is such a huge distraction. Besides, the TV is right there, and I like to listen to music when I draw.
Finally, I'm torn when it comes to my style. I mentioned it earlier, but I can't decide if I want to do something more serious or something more cartoony, lighthearted, and fun. I love dark stuff, but I also love fun stuff. I like each about equally. I don't usually combine them, and frankly I don't know how that'd turn out. And besides, in serious stuff I want my characters to look realistic... in lighthearted stuff not-so-much. The two styles conflict and I don't particularly care for the middle-grounds. (shrug)
Oh, and I have MULTIPLE very good ideas for stories. I feel like if I dedicate myself to one story, I immediate want to work another.
But yeah, please help me. This has been an issue area for years.
My Current Comic Ideas