As I said at the beginning it's practice that makes it perfect. The more time I spend making comics the more I see myself progressing. When I come up with an idea for a script I write down the text and link it to each panel. Then I'm able to determine what mimic a character will have/use in that panel. I've also figured (something and experienced cartoonist will be able to relate to) that it makes sense to do stuff in stages. So in the last run I had drawn 3 comics, then colored/finished all and in the end put in the text to all of them. As you don't keep switching, the process is faster.