Y'know, this was going to start out as how I'm planning on drawing a comic, and how I was going to ask for everyone's experiences for drawing comics, if they had any.
But then I decided to do some research first. I was never one to ask for help; I always kept quiet and listened, reasoning that somebody would ask my question for me, and that there would be someone to answer. And sure enough, there were several dozen comic tutorials availabel on this very site (hence why the new things on my favourites are all comic tutorials).
But, somewhere along the way I seemingly lost the reason I started drawing comics in the first place. It was to test myself; I wanted to see how far I could go with my current level, and what I can do to improve. When I first started planning I did it storyboard format, and basically drew 3 key scenes a page, with dialogue to the side. After a while I started becoming restless at my pace (boy did I get impatient) and just drew the comics quickly. And boy was it exhilarating to see my ideas materialize into reality. I really should get back to just drawing, and worry if they're any good later. They're just the first draft after all.
So yeah. Sorry for this pointless post. Just had to get it off my chest.