You don't got many subscribers (or whatever they're called here), not much feed back. No one comments on your pages. Why are you even doing this?
My first time here, I told you guys Failure is Progress.
Now I'm here to say Persistence is King.
Let's start with someone who said it better than me:
"Nothing in the world can take place of persistence.
Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful men with talent.
Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb.
Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts.
Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent."
-Pres. Calvin Coolidge
When you're making a comic, you're spending hours of your time on a message in a bottle thrown out into an ocean made of messages in bottles.
But be brave, my friends.
Somehow, against ALL odds, someone reads your note.
And you may not understand WHY they ask, but they will ask for more from you.
This happens (I don't know why) even without advertising, networking, or sharing.
You should still advertise, network, and share.
And you should still create.
Even if no one reads your work, you should still create.
Because the act of pen on paper every day is more important than your terrible art, your wilty plot-lines, your Mary Sues, or your poorly established settings.
Every time you write, draw, sculpt, or create EVEN IF NO ONE SEES IT, you make your art better and yourself stronger.
I wrote Natch Evil for 11 years and it destroyed me.
But somehow, I'm still drawing.
And I'm WAY better because of it.
Because someone told me,
"Persistence is King."
Good morning and have an Art week.