I didn’t like what was going on with this page in terms of the fight sequence and how it leads to the next sequence, but that’s why you do thumbnails. I did some problem solving and arrived at a solid solution. I like this flow much better.
I’ve been getting feedback on my story to develop Pablo and my characters more. I’d like there to be dimension to the characters.
Thumbnail to work a cover swipe idea out. Can you tell the famous cover to which I pay homage?
I think my writing is akin to freestyle rap at this point. Is that a bad way to to write? Any writers out there find themselves improvising?
Trying to think of this thumbnail’s flow. Usually, when working from a given script, it’s easy to burn through thumbs and do quick scribbles. Here as I’m writing on my own, not using another writer’s script, with a story that’s evolving, I find myself adding more detail to the sketches to help me think about things.
On the halfway mark! This is the thumbnail sketch for page 7 in this adventure.
What is it with this guy? Our boy Pablo looks like he’s in a pickle. Hope you guys are enjoying the work in progress thumbnails as I work through this comic.
Fleshing things out with thumbnails and rewrites.
I’m writing my first Pablo comic in what is known as the Marvel style. I’m winging it a bit as I’m dividing it across pages. I have a general plot outline and I’m breaking down each page into plot points or actions. I have a general idea of what I want to accomplish in 16 pages but there is room for changes. Here I’m taking a break from the action by adding a beat of humor.
Some days are just bad. How you cope with it shows your character. This is an updated thumbnail page on a previous one you guys saw.