Ever since I was a kid, I was really into storytelling. At summer day camp, a lot of the little kids would stick by me because I was one of the older kids BD and we would all lay on the floor of the gym and draw while I told stories.
I was a very expressive story teller. It was usually some made up stuff about aliens and monsters and whatnot. I think I was very inspired by Invader Zim at the time.
I was actually making up stories meant to be comics since I was 9. It was always very ridiculous sci-fi stuff but they all had a pretty solid premise, despite how young I was.
Fast forward to now, I suppose what inspired me was my passion for telling a story and captivating an audience. And since I always have liked to draw, comics were the best way to do that. (Originally I wanted to get into animation, but little me didn't understand the amount of work that took.)
For Creoenilists specifically, the premise was made on a whim in an RP one day and then I spent 3 years expanding on the world building and outlining the plot. Guess I could say I was inspired because I wanted to finally tell a fleshed out story in a format I'd been practicing for a very long time but to also actually share my story this time.