Pick a "Style":
As mentioned before, anybody can make an Internet comic. The only thing that separates your piss-poor, chicken-scratch, black and white vague mess of lines from "Penny Arcade" is your comic's "style". Nobody on the Internet is a poor artist, they simply have a "different style". Here are just a few examples of the myriad of different "styles" you might see on the Internet:
Don't worry too much about the "style" of your comic, as it will undoubtedly mature and progress the longer you write your comic. For example, let's take a look at the noticeable metamorphosis Illiad's "User Friendly" has gone through in the roughly 19 years it's been up:
"User Friendly" - Old
"User Friendly" - Recent
If somebody like Illiad, who owns over 238 User Friendly-related corporations, licensing firms, and marketing companies can get away with such a major change in his artwork, just think of what you can slide by with! It's a rumor that Illiad has secretly been changing the genders of his main characters every month, but thanks to his artistic "style", nobody can tell!
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"Really, Holmes!" I dropped into my seat, shocked. "You are remarkably tall! What are you, six foot six? Six foot eight?"
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