I need advice, but it's less generalized and the mod who closed the thread pertaining the topic in question last year (Or early this year, I'm prompt to say it was two years ago considering the idiocy of my posting skills at the time) directed me to the Advice Thread, and I had only just now noticed it because my browser is stupid. I posted about this in the Comic Cafe, but looking back on that it was way too much of a bump and probably not a good idea at all.
See, back when I joined this forum, my primary goal was to post Fan Comics (Which is a terrible goal. Forums are social outlets, not media hives.) And in the process of doing so, I was quickly laughed out. It is easy to see why, considering I had posted a character bio sheet in a Fan Fiction thread. The comics themselves were nothing more than animated Sprite Comic gifs with monochrome square backgrounds and MSPaint-esque design styling.
So I spent the next six years making them look better, improving the writing, making them actual comics, and so on and so forth. They're still sprites, but only because I am absolutely terrible at drawing. To draw them instead would be to hinder the presentation rather than improve it, as the case would be.
The advice I seek is thus: Should I post the comics (Or at least the cleaner ones and smaller ones) here, or should I forget about it entirely and maybe learn how to draw?
Other options I'm willing to consider are posting it on a different website altogether, as many of them are not "clean," as one would have it. Also, I happened to find a nearly complete archive of SecretMew's Adventures of the Regi-Trio Comic. Because my work was largely derivative of his for quite some time, I feel as if I should repost it somewhere, preferably alongside mine as bonus historical content. What is the consensus? Do you folks think it to be a good idea?
Also, since I feel like a dirtbag for asking for menial advice in a column where people are inquiring about real life problems, I feel the need to provide my piece of knowledge for the day for mariobrosvswariobros: On the topic of internet communication, one must consider how lenient his or her parents are and how accepting they would be when faced with the concept of long-distance relationships. Recall yours or other people's experiences with Facebook date fraud, or the independent film Catfish: How much information do you have, and how much of it is true? If the person on the other end was actually an overweight woman with Hepatitis B, would you call off everything you've done because of the Hepatitis? These are just some ideas to consider.