Driftwood 8 11

Driftwood 8 11

* UPDATE NOTICE, August 15th*
No new page this Monday, because I am staying at a place with dodgy computer, Internet and scanner access. But to compensate (for once), there will be two pages next Monday (August 23rd)!

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Shannon’s type is short, bald guys with snub noses. V^(oo)^V

Whee, it’s hardly past Monday … getting better every week.

My brain keeps receiving gushes of future storylines while I’m trying to concentrate on drawing. If the ideas are any good, I need to write them down immediately, or I will end up remembering only┬áthe punchlines … (really!)
I suppose that’s one reason why more professional comic artists finish writing the script before they start drawing. T_T

Discussion (2)¬

  1. Li says:

    It’s the same thing for me when I’m working on my Greek mythology comic. I haven’t wrote a finished script for it, so I keep getting new ideas and adding things while I’m drawing. I’ve thought more than once that it might not be a good working method.

    Anyway, I have to say that “Driftwood” is a great inspiration for me when I’m drawing my mythological comics.

  2. Tinet says:

    Oh, thanks! Yay! V^(oo)^V

    Then again, I worry that it would become boring if I had the script all worked out already. Well, so far it’s been okay doing it like this, although recently the idea gushes have been a bit much. Maybe it’s the calming environment here in my mum’s house in the woods that is particularly beneficial to the imagination …