From what I can tell that style would be perfect for this idea. I’d do it as serials first so it would accumulate into a graphic novel. So those individual parts could be as long or as short as I deem necessary. I’d gander about ten pages each one unless that part of the story needs to go longer. I procrastinate a lot too but I’m out of school now (and work) so I have so much free time to just work on whatever I want. I’d like to get long gestating projects done.[/quote]
Well, I both write and draw. Mostly write. But when it comes to comic books, I have always been at a loss as to what would be a good story. So, drawing from someone else’s script would be kind of refreshing actually. I have a tablet at home for doing computer touch-ups. But I won’t be back in Australia until October. I’ve just been sketching in a art book I bought.[/quote]
Well, then if we collaborated you could just do some spec drawings on characters in your book and then when you got home we could really get down to business. I’m loose with scheduling. I’m not gonna be some tightass drill sergeant demanding finished pages on deadlines or anything like that. I’d just like it to move at its pace and take as long as we need to to get it to come out perfectly. This is all of course only if you want to do it.