i’m 34 (ugh). there’s no limit to this kind of thing, if this is what you want to do, go for it.
that said, i personally don’t think you NEED to go to art school to learn to make comics or draw or whatever, there isn’t really anything there that you can’t learn on your own. lots of my favorite comics are made by people who never went to art school at all.
ALSO Anon should note that art is something of a “lifetime study”, people don’t necessarily pursue degrees at 40 or w/e (not that they couldn’t) but many “non-traditional student age” (35+ i guess) still take studio classes, do idk retreats, and hone their skills. I don’t wanna sound like I’m twisting the phrase to mean some saccharine BS about always growing, but really, even if you’re not matriculated, you usually still are “studying”.
+++ most cartoonists don’t make their most interesting work until they’re between 35-50…haha maybe I’m making that shit up, but I’ve had plenty of people say “yeah you really hit your stride at 40 or 50 with art”…art (and comics) isn’t like being a pop star, it’s not about youth and vitality, it’s about being stubborn and tough and knowing what you want…old people traits!! (this is what I’m convincing myself rn at this moment, i might be a bit manic and talking out my ass!!)