I have little interest in matters of typology, but I find your art to be interestingly different.
It would be intriguing to see the narrative and dialogues you will add to that art, as they add as much attraction(and many times, more) to strips as do the aesthetic aspects.
A question aside:
I know not your ethnic background, but to what degree if any are you influenced or inspired by traditional Balinese artists?
I have beheld some of their panoramas, finished and unfinished, some of divine and others of fantastical content, and have become greatly impressed by the small-scaled complexity, larger cohesion and meticulous skill which are represented therein (These were mostly those done in ink with traditional tools)
Originally Posted by TheManBeyond
don't believe the hype
Belief factors not into it, rather it is encouragement that is more prone to bring about a result.
Whether the encouragement is based on belief or not is irrelevant, it's effects are all that count, as it can spur on the developing artist in creating their work.