The more I draw, the more I realize I don't really care for my own style of artwork. Sure, I'm generally happy with the end results, but I feel like there's something missing. While thinking about the types of entertainment I like, I remembered that I don't really like realistic stuff. I prefer crazy stuff which is why I love games like Battletoads (NES) or Asura's Wrath (360/PS3). They're just so insane in every way, thematically and visually. So I kind of want to try and evolve my style away from the realistic side and more into the absurd. Not like Van Gogh crazy, but kind of like One Piece where people come in all shapes and sizes, and anatomy isn't as important as drawing something visually interesting.
Unfortunately, evolving my style will require a lot of effort, and I fear my ambition will run out before I can achieve my goal. So I'm thinking about restarting my webcomic The Stupendous Stapler. I figure it would give me lots of practice without having to sit around thinking "Now what should I draw...?".
I don't know if or when I'll actually restart it, but I'm definitely thinking about it. Now I just need to work on getting people to actually read it if/when I do. :/
EDIT: Wow, this is exactly one year after I posted a Journal about how I might have comics coming soon. I must just get in a comic mood at this point in the year.