Here's me, just doing what I said and working out the roughs for more CN:H pages. It's slow going, but it is going.
Now that the comic's not going to print anymore, I feel a bit more free to try new things with the layout, like bringing the panels to the edge of the page. I tried it a bit in Issue 14, but was concerned about there being problems during the printing process.
I'm also trying to vary my "camera" angles and change things up a bit. You know, to make the pages more interesting visually and to avoid "talking head syndrome". Hard to do when you have a lot of dialog.
The next two pages involve a big building. And, more horses. Lots of horses. So... back to work!
"A comic book artist has to tell the story with the right emphasis and yet as efficiently as possible, because you only have so many frames on a page. That's really intriguing to me because the director of a film also has the same problem. But a comic artist has to get everyone in the frame, as well as the dialogue and have there be a kind of logic to it all. It's complex and I find it fascinating."
-- William Shatner