Howdy! Played some hooky this morning from my pages of BLANK. TOKYOPOP hates me, I’m sure of it!
Anyways, I’ve set up an “assignment” of sorts for people who have some problems with perspective on the board. CLICK HERE to get there.
Perspective is a hard subject to master and I’ve got a LONG way to go before I’m comfortable with it myself. But, this assignment was one of the things that helped the light bulb go off in my head when I was trying to figure perspectives out and I hope it will help someone out as well. Hopefully, you can wade through my ill attempt at an explanation.
On a side note, I made a few changes to the script of the first volume of BLANK. It’s been such a weird experience writing a book for the first time. When I started writing the dang thing, I had a clear vision of the pacing of the book. Hahaha, I didn’t really plan ahead at all. When TP told me to have a soft ending to every volume, I was like: “Huh?? What’s that?” Basically, I thought I had to tell my story in about 150 pages. So, I did. Then, it occured to me that I had another 2 Volumes to fill. At any rate, I ended up going back to the slower paced story telling approach. Aaaaaaaaaah, slow is good.
Ok, gotta get back to drawing BLANK.