Nikolai wrote:uuuuh.....hmmm its hard to explain... so... just look at my penned drawings, and you should get the Idea.
No. God no.
He needs to look at established artists, not people learning. I'm sorry, but at the moment you are mimicking JJ's style and aren't actually learning much. Both of you need to look at other artists as well. Nicolai, you especially need to start diversifying on your influences. Yeah, you've done a few different pieces but they are generally not very good compared to the JJ emulations which is very bad.
If you want to do art, you need to develop your own style, but this will not happen if you copy one artist.
To the OP, you need to work on defining your sketches a bit better. At the moment they seem tiny. Most comics are done at a large scale, sometimes a single panel is A4 sized or bigger. Make it larger, work from wireframes to establish shapes, learn anatomy. Try www.posemaniacs.com
and run through their 30 second exercises. They recommend 2 sets of 5 poses (totalling 10 minutes a day) and the exercise is about learning how to jot down the shapes quick and accurate.
Also, get a sketchbook, go for a walk somewhere and just draw stuff. people, buildings, animals, hills, whatever you find. Keep drawing.