I've been working hard trying to figure out how to draw my comic, and I got to the point where I felt like I could redraw a full page. So I took a page from the oldest version of my comic and redrew it, keeping the content and basic composition but changing poses and angles where it felt appropriate, and just generally... did a better job. The original is apparently from January 2007, so it's pretty exactly 12 years old (also I was 12 when I drew it). How's that for improvement?
And now... I think I'm satisfied? The new page looks nice, it was pretty fun to draw, and didn't take prohibitively long. I'll still have to work on the speech bubbles a bit, but I think I'll start working on the actual comic now. It might be a while before I post any pages, though - I'd like to get a handful of them done before posting, so I can build a small reserve and just get comfortable with the process.
To be honest, though - the old page isn't actually that bad? Like, it's got problems with anatomy and paneling and a lot of other things, but it tells the story just fine, and I think the expressions work pretty well. So good job 12-year-old me, I guess?