Creating believable natural conversations Hello everybody. I apologize if this thread is in the wrong section; I have no idea with where else to put this. I'm someone who likes to make comics and graphic novels. I've practiced a lot with art from multiple mediums, but my favorite is digital. I even have a desktop set up for digital art and graphics design. I've made a short comic book before, but that was relatively short compared to graphic novels and what I'm working on, which should be roughly two-hundred pages. I'm posting this on a writing forum because I almost always write a script before making comics. I hadn't encountered this problem before. Until now, I've succeeded at writing at least a thousand words per day during times amid from work and other things. Today, I'm in a block because I can't make believable engaging conversations in stories. The setting I'm stuck in is when three characters are riding in a car with one of them driving. I have no clue on how to progress the story because I have no idea what they should say and make it sound believable. Keep in mind, I'm writing this down, panel per panel, only covering the fundamentals first and going back later. So, this doesn't deal with the artistic part. Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks.