Page 4

About time this thing saw an update.

Looking at the script now and the pages created thus far I have to admit this is something of a slow start; however I am going somewhere with these scenes as they’re establishing key aspects of the setting and giving overall context to what follows. Continuing from the last page’s character introduction, I’ve attempted to add some unease with the moment aside in panel 3 while I’m also quite pleased with the almost symmetrical look of the lower page and background.

I had to make a few tweaks in my working method again, mostly to accommodate the new method of creating dialogue but it’s definitely sped up production time and saved me a lot of trouble.

2 Responses to Page 4

  1. demontales says:

    Slow start? You’ve only got 3 pages yet, I think you can relax a little :P As long as there is information in all of them

    • Ozy says:

      @demontales: I suppose it’s just an irrational concern. I tend to prefer slow burners over stories which dive straight into high drama and action at the expense of a build up.

      My biggest concern right now is that narrative hook might be arriving a little too late; there should be a fair few pages yet before things get genuinely exciting. Either way, so long as my readers are happy with a gradual build then so am I :)

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