Oh, really? Was it actually posted by someone else? Also, I’m impressed that I actually have a recognisable style!
I’m honoured that anyone would even ask me such a question!
It can be very tough at times to keep going, I would be lying if I said otherwise. I’ve often thought about throwing in the towel and just giving up doing comics altogether. However, I keep getting drawn back as I feel my art is at its best when I’m working on comics.
The only advice I can give (and this is speaking as a person who has yet to ‘make it,’ so to speak) is to work hard at your craft and - most importantly - have fun! You would be amazed what you can learn from the craft through drawing quick and silly strips! If you’re having fun, then the reader will be having fun as well.
A really good exercise is the ‘25 minute comic.’ The clue is in the title: basically, you draw a complete comic page within 25 minutes. This forces you to get your ideas down on paper very quickly — you’d be surprised at what you can come up with.
Once you start doing comics, post them online (I posted my comics on Tumblr, Twitter, Blogspot, Facebook, Google Plus and Reddit) for the world to see . Never underestimate the power of the Internet and its ability to give you access to an audience.
Anyways, I’m beginning to ramble. The best of luck to you!
PS: Buy/borrow this book.