I wasn't tagged, but I found this and wanted to answer too.
Also to kill time...
What got you started drawing comics?
I always loved comics. I drew them even as kid, with stick figures, much before I actually started drawing. But I didn't take comic making seriously before like 2014. Before that it was just silly thing I didn't put too much mind or effort in. What is your favorite comic that you've read?
Johnny the Homicidal Maniac.
But if webcomics count here... Oh there is too many to even mention! I'm gonna throw couple my favorites at the moment.
-- Long Exposure-- Hunters J
-- Rock and Riot
-- Draw Write Play
-- Enkelten Kelta
-- Spurs and Stripes
-- Daniel: A Grave Tale of Horror
Then there is "Alfie" but... I'm not gonna link that. It's not for kiddies. <3 Has there been a scene so far that has been particularly hard to capture in your current and/or past comics?
There has actually. But I dare to say the scene I'm working on right now, has given me most trouble and headache then any other. At least that I can remember. It's action chase scene with motorbike! Fuck me...
How long did wait before starting your current comic and/or comics in the past? (i.e. the writing/story development process)
Both of the comics I draw now were result of RPing with my internet friends. Both RPs went on couple years at least, before I started fixing the writing a bit to fit into more proper story. Well... With Lili comic I just jumped in before thinking story through fully, but with BKQ I actually tried my best to have all details down before starting.
Even my earlier comics, that I made just for funsies without any actual work put into them were result of stories I had for my characters for at least couple of years. (Not counting in one page sketches of course. Those pop out randomly!) If you could have done anything differently when you were starting out, what would it be?
With Lili I really should have planned the story much better. At first Joshua's gang wasn't even suppose to be in the comic! That tells you how much things changed during drawing progress. That aint good.... That's why the story is quite a mess if you read it over in one go.
Also I just wanted to spit out pages as fast as possible. No matter how they looked, I just wanted story to move on quickly. You really shouldn't rush things like that. Who is your favorite character to write?
Well in both of my long running comics I usually only own half of the characters. So I didn't write them all by myself. But right now I'd say Kiara is my favorite to write, with her pessimistic attitude and quite narrow world view.
Lili has also been fun, because I think she comes so naturally from me. She is person I kinda want to be, if I had courage. Though all the fucks ups... I could do without those.
Sylvi was also very fun to design and write, but she's not gonna show up until Chapter 2 of BKQ so let's be shush about her for now~
Who is your least favorite character to write?
For that I would probably say....Jason Walt. I like him as character and he has really taken developed over time. But at first he was such boring character! Writing him the first time I was so uninterested I didn't bother too much. Luckily he has changed for the better.
How drastically did the story change since you started?
BKQ is still in the very beginning so can't talk about that too much.
But Lili has totally changed! I only knew Lili would have thing with Kalin and in the end they escape from cops. I didn't really have anything else proper ready before I started comic. The RP was so messy and written on fly, it was so hard to turn into actual story and I didn't bother working on that properly before starting. What are the major influences/inspiration for your comic and/or previous comics?
I read shit ton of webcomis so those inspire me a lot! There is so many amazing ones and I really want to be one of them someday! I want to be one of the cool kids...
But in the end what really had inspired me to make comics is my characters. I love creating them, their backstories and families and such. And best way to share those stories is through comics. What does your process look like?
"Boy Named Ian" was one of the first comics I uploaded here on Deviantart. You can clearly see how rushed it was. Just sketched, not lined, colored, no though given to speech bubbles or panels.
Virus life part 1
When I started working on Lili comic I slowly took comic making more and more seriously and I think I did some progress quite well.
With BKQ I'm trying new style. Lili comic is been running so long it would be too distracting to try and change the style now. But with BQK I want to keep trying my limits.