When you write your story you need to consider your strengths and limitations. Everyone has them. Handling them the right way in your story can make all the difference. This article goes hand in hand with the actual art of your Webcomic as well.
Let’s start off with what you feel you know content wise. If you want to do a Webcomic about the Civil War then you need to have a good grasp of what actually happened. Make sure you do your research. It can not only help your story, but increase your enthusiasm for it as well. It’s never a bad thing to become an expert of the actual source your content is based on.
You need to consider your characters, environments, time period, etc that will be part of your story. If you struggle with drawing certain things (i.e. females, buildings, pirate ships) that you feel will be problematic when entering the paneling stage you may want to consider pulling it out and the best time to do this is when you’re working on the story. In the end you’re going to have to be drawing these things over and over. On the flip side, this is also a good way to get better at drawing your weaknesses. Truly take a moment and really think about what you are able to handle. Do you feel you can draw an Ogre for however long he appears in your story?