First off, thanks Steven for the edit. I'm not going to argue anything until I'm more awake to do so. But I will agree with your whole opinion of me as a writer. I've written maybe 15-20 total pages of comic books, and I want to jump in, do something unique, something nobody's ever heard of before, but I'm biting off more than I can chew. I'm standing on the edge of the deep end of the pool, ready to jump in and see if I can make it to the surface when I've never taken swimming lessons.. And now, thanks to this edit, I can see that I'm not.
When I see things in my head, I feel they all make complete sense. But the grammar may be all off, it might all be too confusing, I might name one character by two different terms, etc. But I don't even realize that. I can't even open my eyes and notice these little issues, because to me they all still flow together and make sense. But yeah... Instead of jumping off in the deep end I gotta focus, relax, and try holding onto the side of the pool for a bit.
But I want to be unique. I want to try to do something new, make people look at things differently. I love the idea of telling stories through the perspectives of certain people, or step inside their minds.. I guess having written close to 20 pages of comic, I better understand I'm not yet good enough for that.