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      • N. Kraken

        I did. I have a single panel so far! LOL. Well to be more precise, I have several panels, but only the first one contains any content. I drew up some boxes and stared into the white void, and stared, and stared some more. Eventually I decided to re-create a small one page comic I drew as a homework assignment for a drawing class I took way, way back in high school. I remember very little about what I produced back then other than the general idea. If only I still had that assignment. It would be fun to compare the two once I’m done with this go-around.

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        • luetkemj

          Hooray! Good on ya! Getting started is always a struggle so remember to practice it everyday even if you only do a panel or a thumbnail!

          Overcoming that initial fight to just begin often results in a flood of doing.

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      • Ingrid

        Totally did. Made a shitty 8-panel comic of 2016 me telling past-me what I would be like at this age. And even though it’s fit for emergency toilet paper (if stiffness doesn’t perturb you), I did a couple drawings I’m proud of.
        So thanks for the motivation, 2014 you!

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  1. Beni9n

    Very cool! I really like this character and how he’s been drawn. If you ever make a book of all these combined, I’ll buy it. Thanks for the motivation.

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  2. Bruce

    I once did a thing on Deviant Art where you go back and re-draw something you did at least a year prior. It was EXTREMELY educational. My process and skills had changed so much, I was in awe at how much I’d learned, and the realization that this will ALWAYS be the case. No matter how satisfied I am today, a year from now I will look back and know that it would be a different piece were I to draw it today.

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  3. Adelaide C. F.

    Funny thing is, this is the best “how to make comics” tutorial I’ve seen so far (and I’ve seen quite a lot of them already, even some really good ones)!
    There IS beauty in simplicity, haha 🙂

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  4. AwesomEmmanuel

    Thank you very much whoever did this. It was the best. The kiddie illustrations made me not afraid of my art being laughed at! Thank you!

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  5. Andres

    Jumped over to this site from “How to Make a Comic Book” at Coursera. This was really good, very inspiring. I’m walking around and everything is becoming a comic book idea in my head.

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  6. Janine Alyssa

    Whoa, that’s strange. I loved your article, so I shared it on my own website, and then I saw this weird spam message pop up on your article. I’m sorry about that, I’m not sure what that’s about.

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  7. luetkemj

    No worries, thanks for the share! The comment below is a pingback that our theme displays – although I think I’m gonna style it differently…

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