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22 comments

      1. I wonder how this fits with drawing a strip like you do. Draw something every day no matter what? Use a timer? How do you approach it in a graphic narrative medium?

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        1. It’s a good point. The graphic medium presents a somewhat different challenge to straight writing. Really, all I can say here is that any new strip always starts with a strong script for me, and that doesn’t happen unless I corral together some ideas, write them down, and then take them through at least three or four drafts until I get something I’m happy to proceed with. Only then do I begin the drawing process. ๐Ÿ™‚

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          1. That’s a good tip: do the writing FIRST and then the drawing. Do you do this in a single session, or wait for the writing to “cool off” and then do the drawing?

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            1. I definitely wait for the writing to “cool off”. It’s always best to do this. I find I will often take my scripts through many drafts before I’m finally happy with the words. I want to make sure I get it right, and the only way to do that is to give it time. ๐Ÿ™‚

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              1. And, damnit, someone comes behind me after my first draft is done and inserts all those misspelled words and grammar errors. (Must be the NSA or CIA.)

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