My pencil hovered over the paper… what to draw? I was confused, my mind trying to find an idea.
This happened to me ever since I was younger. I can’t remember clearly when or how I started to like drawing, but it’s been a part of me ever since. I was a big fan of comics, one of my favorites being Calvin & Hobbes. I always loved just flipping through the collection books, such as There’s Treasure Everywhere, The Days Are Just Packed, Something Under The Bed Is Drooling, The Revenge of The Baby-Sat, and Attack of the Deranged Mutant Killer Monster Snow Goons to name a few.
But then I thought, “If Bill Watterson can make comics, so can I!” One of my earliest that I can remember was called The Amazing Ghost Boy and Jason the Great. It was about a boy named Jason and a ghost he befriends that turn into superheroes. Only problem was, I never said anything on how the ghost and Jason met or anything. They were just together. So the two w