Did thumbnails for four more pages, a short scene that sets up fun horrible times in the next scene. This chapter's 21 pages so far, I'm a bit afraid it might end up too short. But we'll see! If the next scene ends up taking 7 pages, that'll be perfect.
The scene I had hoped would be 7 pages was 3 pages. Any longer would have just been too much. I could have decompressed a couple of parts and squeezed out a couple of extra pages, but I rather like the pagination I have going on here, even if there are a couple of cluttered pages.
Now I don't know what I should do tomorrow: Start sketching+lettering chapter 4? Start thumbnailing chapter 5? Work on that tutorial I keep putting off?
Slacking sounds nice...
And remember the secret to success: GET BACK TO WORK.
Hey, thanks for the reminder.
*Briefly, I lurked the Diamond Distributors webpage for information. (I know, I'm getting ahead of myself.)
*Then, I wrote some questions to myself about my comic. (What compels the main character to do X, Y, and Z? How does the antagonist know ____? Etc.) I try not to over-think these questions, or search for the answers right off the bat.
I often find the characters answering most of these questions anyway.
Worked on the biological systems of an alien species that's based on bees.
BECAUSE I LOVE BEES. >8| No, seriously, I love bees. I think they're adorable, amazing little animals. >3<
Oh, and uh, character designs. I want the males to look relatively humanoid in appearance, while the females are decidedly not. You know, instead of the other way around like it usually is. I think my current design of the females looks a bit...cutesy. And that must be remedied.