I've been working on setting my goals for the year, and I realized that if a comic is 24 pages, and I completed 2 pages a month, or 6 pages a quarter, I'd have Issue One finished by the end of the year.
I know, duh, right? ;)
But part of setting goals is setting out everything you want to do and seeing where it fits in a schedule for the year. Or at least it should be.
Actually, I think that two of the pages are the inside cover, so I really just need 22 pages of story. I had been working on scripting it out, in addition to making thumbnail- sketch storyboards, but slacked off recently. Something about vacation, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and being sick twice just sapped my motivation for a while. But now I really ought to get back to it.
Since I need to get back to my story, I was wondering if anyone was interested in critiquing it so far? If anything needs to change, it's better to find out before I start drawing it on the good paper.
I feel pretty good about last year - consequently, I feel good about this one. Really, how often can you look back on last year's resolutions and feel good about what you've done? I actually did lose weight last year, and I actually did finish up some commissioned projects, and I stuck to my 365 day Bible study plan. Pretty much this year's resolutions are to continue last year's good work,and get Volume 1, Issue 1 of Penance Copper done. I hope that I can be consistent about getting and finishing commissioned work, and that I can expand my Zazzle stores and get more income from them. Zazzle should be sending me my first check soon, so I'm really excited about that. I need to check up on that, actually...
So, would anyone like to help me critique the script for the first six pages and/or scans of my Ugly Draft pages?