— Adam Gopnik, Moon Man, The New Yorker
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- mt-ninja asked:I have a couple grand-scale, very detailed ideas going around in my head that I really want to get out there but I feel I'm not experienced enough to do them justice quite yet. In your opinion, would it be a better idea to work on them now as a web comicor something or work on smaller ideas in the mean time and just hone my skills and save the big stories for a bigger opprotunity, if it arises? (Sorry if the question seems wordy/overly explained)
i think finishing work is a critical part of work, period. grand-scale is great but if you never finish and it never sees the light of day outside...