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A good day.

It was a somewhat good, productive day.
The new scene I was assigned moved very slow, as I try to figure out the right notes to hit.

Reworked some Flight Explorer doodle. I think it's a bit clearer, could still use some works. Quite a few pages of rough left to go.

Listened to Toy Story 3 and Mushi-shi (live action) while working. Tomorrow, may bring Asterix : Mission Cléopatre or Dans Une Galaxie Près de Chez Vous 2 for a bit of french speaking cinema.

All more or less quick doodles.
I need to speed up on colors.

Apologies for all the fanwork. I...I can't help it! I just love playing around with characters that aren't my own (and quite often work related).
How sad is that?
What is it going to be like when I have access to the rest of the cast of that movie?
Or when I'll drink again and DO that Symbionic Titan thing I said I'd do?


Nov. 9th, 2010 11:43 am (UTC)
Hahaah! XD Excellent comic. Made me think of that scene from The Emperor's New Groove when Yzma & Kronk were trapped in Pacha's house.

'Open the door OR we'll burn the house to the ground!'

:D Say, how do you go about planning a comic page? I mean, I've been trying to draw this page based on a scene in a book, but I'm kinda lost. =|
Nov. 9th, 2010 01:19 pm (UTC)
I LOVE THAT SCENE!!!! *sniffles* I miss Eartha Kitt!!!!
Nov. 9th, 2010 05:20 pm (UTC)
Much, MUCH love for Yzma and Kronk and the Emperor's New Groove movie.
How do I plan? Trial and error I'm afraid. Sometimes, the inspiration will come as I draw it. Other times, I will canibalise layout or frame ideas from a pile of doodle and try to arrange it coherently. Other times, the inspiration could be the mood of the scene I want to convey.
Is it comedy? Is it action? Is it serious? Is it just dialogue? Is it environment-moody based? All this can affect a page layout.
Nov. 10th, 2010 04:41 am (UTC)
Its comedy, definitely. I don't know if you've ever read The Amulet of Samarkand but the scene is bordering on sarcasm, I think. I'm doing it for Jason Turner's Page 100 project. The scene is narrated by a spider on the wall that is mostly making fun of the people below it.

I guess trial-and-error is the way then. I keeping trying different angles, but they're not meshing well.

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