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July 31st, 2008, 3:05 pm

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Reply Miruku, July 31st, 2008, 3:07 pm

OMG. Look at this (comparative) updating madness! YAY two updates within something like two weeks (I think?) of each other! YAAAY. I bet there will be another one on Sunday...or Monday. :) I like the third panel a lots. Not so much the last. :(

I always like to see what the linework looks like for other artists, so I believe I shall leave the raw page before this up.

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Reply Worldsbiggestego, July 31st, 2008, 10:43 pm

I was wondering when you'd get back to this guy. You haven’t seen him in like fifty pages.

I'm blown away by the functionalist simplicity of the artwork. It's an effective medium that I think is better than you're previous work. (I know I've said things like that before, but when you see such a good example than you tend to want to bring it up again.

Also, about how far ahead do you think of the storyline? Is it somthing you've outlined or are you just making most of it up as you go?

Reply Miruku, August 1st, 2008, 2:47 pm

YASC: Thanks so much! :)

Worlds:
Firstly; I know, seriously! No Will was making me sad. I'm glad to be back to him.

Secondly; Thanks! I'm actually really glad to hear that the simpler style is working well, because, while I may like it better, I worry that other people won't because it is generally less detailed. (I also like it better because it takes at least an hour less work per page)

And Lastly; that is actually kind of a hard question to answer right now, because of where I stand as a writer between the current storyline and the one I'm starting over from the beginning. ie. right now, this storyline has stopped after a few more scenes because I don't intend to keep going with it.

Usually, though, I do a rough outline (which is where I am right now with the new stuff, and why updates are so sparse) and then I write down the dialogue and actions for specific scenes as the come to me. Transitions and little things that I don't get filled in specifically before I start drawing get made up in the sketching process. And I continue to edit the dialogue up until I put the text in, to a certain degree , although it generally stays the same after I have the sketches down.

I like talking about my process a little too much... I hope that answers your question, though :)

Reply PJupiter, August 1st, 2008, 6:09 pm

again.. as always.. i love your backgrounds!!! XD oh envvyyyy!!! and yay for updates!! ~_~

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