Learn And Be Creative.
Once you have completed this process you will then need to learn all about motion.This is where guidebooks and wooden human models come in handy because a drawing is inanimate you need to add portions to your drawing that lead the person reviewing your comic to believe that there is action. From a running motion to a powerful punch there are techniques you can do to achieve the feeling of action.
When you reach the point that you want to begin your own comic there are things to remember. Drawing comic art right the first time isn't always a probability. You will make many changes as you fine tune your art and finally settle on a scene that works for you. With that in mind always start your drawings with a pencil on inexpensive paper. You can always transfer to higher quality paper after you have fine tuned the drawing by transposing the image.
The characters you draw will be an essential part of your own work. Think for a moment how many characters you want to have interacting and list their unique traits so you can make for a believable tale. Have a sample sketch of each waiting for you to add to the scenes that you are building. Even better, have a portfolio of characters designs, building, machines and other things as well so that you have a collection of your ideas that you might forget in the future.