Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Chapter 4, General Thoughts

One of the things I'm trying to do is challenge myself, largely by drawing figures at angles I don't normally work with, backgrounds every once in awhile (something I typically never do because I am lame like that), and working with a variety of techniques I wouldn't normally try. It's not working out well, and is mostly blatantly obvious. I also find myself subconsciously trying to rest on the strength of my writing a little more often than I'd like, which will be clear in a few pages.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Chapter 4, Page 1

The statues out front and the artist Henry Wilcox are, of course, an unambiguous Call of Cthulhu reference.

The Whateley family is from Dunwich, several miles outside of Glaston. There was an incident down there about seventy years ago and they were run out of town.

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Chapter 3, Pages 23-24

Love writing the Deltas. Chapter 5 has a lot more Delta action, and almost a straight week of it. I'm still settling in on their designs.

One thing I've noticed has been massive shift changes in dialogue. The story is all still the same, but pages collapse and expand based on the dialogue I can fit into them.

Chapter 3, Pages 17-22

The exchange here is a little wordy, but less so than her previous rant. You can see now why her forearms are short; she's supposed to perch like a frog.