I've been banging my head against a wall for the last couple of weeks working on a single page of my always forthcoming comic. It's a backup story and I want it to look distinctly different from the main section of the comic, so I've been trying to learn how to draw in a style that isn't naturally my own. Its involved a lot of studying other cartoonists. I arrived on this. It's obviously heavily influenced by Tom Gauld. Tell me what you think. And be honest.