Thank you! And yes, totally! Everybody struggles with motivation, you just gotta take a break or draw your way out of your rut. Most of my comic inspiration stems from an insatiable urge to poke fun at dumb or frustrating things (or puns). Thing about that is, while school is in session I rarely have time to make comics or play video games, so that puts me in a pretty difficult spot. For those wondering, a typical color Hejibits comic runs me around 8-12 hours. That’s like, two modern video games!
I think I just rambled on without actually answering your question. As far as motivation to continue making comics goes, I’m a sucker for feedback/critique/improvement. If I didn’t start my webcomic, I would probably be a considerably worse artist because of how valuable of an artistic outlet it has become. I wouldn’t have been able to make my best comics had I not made my worst comics and learned from my mistakes! They say you only get one good drawing out of every 1000 (or whatever), and the same is pretty true for comics; especially when you have to commit to a weekly schedule where you might not have A++ ideas lined up every week.
Hope this addresses your question!