I'm deep in rewrites so there's only scribbly drawings to show right now. But this is where a lot of the necessary work happens.

Sometimes a certain action, repeated, becomes an anchor for a part of the story. I don't think of it when I first write - maybe because writing for me is a disembodied voice, and I don't think about what the rest of the body is doing until I have to draw. Apparently, my disembodied voice likes to smoke. A lot.


  1. Oooh, nice.

    I like the smoke - it gives the sense of time passing from panel to panel, too.

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