I am seriously so jealous / overcome with admiration are you ability to not only color so well... but also accomplish such great layout in such short periods of time. I find the most challenging part of comic-making is the panelling.. and yet it's so vital. You acheive it really well.
Last time I'll bother you, promise... but I'm a semi-pro artist, but I'm interested in comic-book making... do you folks give any workshops or do tutorials? You seem to be authorities on this sort of thing, and I feel that the resources for learning this craft are scarce. Either way, best of luck with this project, it's quite a great endeavor. Cheers, and thanks kindly for your responses and your work.
UDON has posted up a few tutorials here: [link] but they're not comic specific.
Finding comic training can be tough. There aren't many schools that specialize in it. I know Comic Experience offers courses: [link]
Most of the UDON crew learned through practice, trial and error, critique, slowly building their skills and building up experience.
Taking a quick look through your Gallery, I would recommend that you learn to draw environments, not just characters. Good comic storytelling requires being able to stage your scenes and show the reader where things are happening, not just character shots.