Project Description

There was  a rather large gap of time between my drawing panel 2 and panel 3. Like, several months. Life happened. Well, summer happened, which is short hand for “the kids are home, there’s multiple weeks of summer camp happening, family visiting, home renovations to complete…”. Much easier to say summer happened. Anyway, I’m fairly happy with the 3 panels. I was somewhat dreading panel 3 due to the tricky camera angle and the amount of detail, but once I laid pencil to paper, I had a lot of fun. It’s not perfect, it’s not even great, but I finished it and moved on. There’s definitely some tweaks I want to make whenever I get around to putting this into book format, like the weird panel dimension. I tried my best to measure and scale it accordingly, but I drew too wide, or not tall enough, or something. Rather than chop off some of my hard work, I opted to just drop that panel in in a noticeably different proportion. It almost accentuates the action…maybe not. Either way, it is what it is. I wanted to add something to the extra margins, like speedlines or just some black rectangles, but I opted not to. I’ll experiment with it before the next time your eyes see it.