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I've looked at your blog for a few minutes and I'm letting you know right now that you're an awesome dude and you also gave me a burst of inspiration. I've been drawing since before i could write actual sentences and I've been trying to make comics since the 6th grade but I always have trouble coming up with good story lines. Anyway, have a good day!
Thank you very much. Creativity in writing and drawing is all learned like muscle memory. The more you flex the muscle the more you’re able to do with it. I always think back to something that Stan Sakai said, which was that for every story he completed he came up with two more. At this point I’ve discovered a lot of how I work and come up with ideas, and I’ve drawn enough comics that conveying them is a pretty seamless process. I always need to work myself up to do work (instead of not work) and I grow the most when I challenge myself and discover a better way for scenes to happen. The other night I kicked myself when I realized how to make a story work better that I’d completed 5 years ago. Oh well, that’s how things go sometime. Always be making things.
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