I'm still tinkering around, trying to find the best working schedule for me. Why has it taken so long? Because I'm flighty at times, that's why. Though I may have hit on something here. I'm thinking at least two pages completed a week minimum (that will maintain my four month buffer), with one done by Monday evening and the other Wednesday. It still takes between a day to a day-and-a-half for me to ink a full page. It depends on the level of detail and my wrist. Thursday and Friday, meanwhile, are left for extra art, sketching, and the recolors.
There are a few reasons for this. One is to allow me some flexibility in what I'm drawing. Nothing but comic pages can get dull after a while. I'd love to do a color character drawing at least once a month (and perhaps turn it into a wallpaper for the Supporters). I also have some extra storyline ideas I want to explore in side comics. Not to mention Dad's car drawing I still need to work up. I think I finally have a fun idea for that one.
Or, I can sketch pages up ahead of time if nothing new comes to mind. It's worth a shot.
So for starters, here's today's sketch... Rashanna.
I'm going to shift gears now and do a bit of recoloring. I'll ink this and do some more page sketches tomorrow. For now, I just want to color. Later.
"As iron is eaten away by rust, so the envious are consumed by their own passion."