When you realize you’ve been reading graphic novels every hour you have time to spare, superhero movies are what keeps you breathing, and that the discovery of a new story just doesn’t make your day anymore, it’s time to discover something new, like adding to the fantastic world you love, and starting a comic of your own: A webcomic. But how does someone go about this, and how much work would it be to make a world of your own between the panels of cyber-space?
Most people would say that to start your own webcomic, the first thing you must have is immense drawing skills. Sure, great drawing skills help, but honestly it doesn’t matter what level of expertise you have artistically, as long as you have the dedication and fascination for drawing. Once you start the good fight, your drawing will improve without you even knowing it. Grab your own webdomain, and off you go.
However, before you scan and upload your first page, you need to know that if you’re passionate about this, making it big is much harder than it looks. It’s best to have your comic in the center of your webpage. Design isn’t too important but you want to make sure that your comic stays a main focus. Blog areas, forums, and communities will help bring fans in. It’s important to communicate with fans because without them, you would be the only one reading your creations. Getting your own advertisement could be very helpful in getting people to find your comic. So if you want to take the next step, gather the dedication and passion, start making a world of your own, and get ready to share it with others.