The pumpkin bread has been made. Smells like fall.

Guess who just wrote an assignment due in 2 days... in 30 minutes. Whoops. I totally forgot it was due! Gotta just push through these things.

I suppose it's time for a update...
1- Figured out the cover image. Took a while.
2- I've got a few pages done, still debating one panel on page 2... But I'm in full production mode.
3- Taking the thumbnails to full size is really fun, but I'm stopping myself at a certain point... trying to save some fun for myself.

I'm usually so on top of everything, but I wish when I had to fix something, I didn't screw it up further.

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I forgot to do something in July. So I did it yesterday.
And made a mistake on one number.
So now I have to deal with the government machine a million times.

@emilylorange both look pretty great!! love all the variety of color in the landscape

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So I finally did it. 🐴 ✍️

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I've spent a million hours prepping this comic... and I finally started working.
Here's the first panel.

@szkin haha no worries. Goodness it's not like I'm super active either.

Update for the next comic:
1- It's 250 pages now. Oh well, that means I get to have 50 pages more of fun.
2- I got colors for most scenes done. Just a few wonky ones that I refuse to touch until I get there are left.
3- I need to redesign one character, and make one. But they show up pretty late, so that's okay?
4- That's it.

(I'd apologize for my recent silence here, but I'm not that sorry. I'm focusing on my comic and getting a lot done. Some part of me decided to add 50 pages last week, which was great, but meant reworking page layouts again.)

I gave in to my desires- and added 50 pages to my comic length. Just felt like the story was expanding and I wanted to include some details. Feels great, if only because staying in the space of "everything's possible!" feels great.

As expected, lesson planning takes a long time when the district gives you incorrect Google slides presentations.
It's getting in the way of drawing...
grrr.

I swear the amount of giggling I've done while working on this comic is much more than any other comic.
I hope that's a good sign.

Environment development is done... changed 2 pages to make it more fun in the process. (cackles)
Next up is practicing characters in those locations. Especially sitting poses.

Got plenty done this weekend! Hurrah!
I even went ahead and made the layout and color plan for the hardest scene (inside a kitchen good store).
Never shall I force one of my characters to work retail, if only to avoid drawing stores.

Got more color prep done today.
Then I realized I haven't given any thought to one location yet. At all. So that's the plan for tomorrow.

It's 99 here, and the weather is "smokey."
I hate that fire season is all year now.

Managed to do a bunch of location prep today and yesterday. Still have plenty left- typical of my work.
The good news is that I did a lot of it in 3D already- and did some thinking about colors back when I wasn't on zoom all day.
(I need to stop thinking only about the last few pages though! They're all important!)

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