One more delivery. This one was hard: I was forced to rewrite about a fourth of the script, simply to make it more dynamic. Even then, I’m not quite satisfied with the results: The dialogue is a bit clumsy, and some transitions are just plain weird. Another thing I must remember: Because of the changes, there was a bit of disconnect between the art and the dialogue, and this made this part, overall, a bit weaker.
I consider the comic-making process to be one of constant learning. I feel that since I started making my own comics, I’ve learned a lot. Out of all the parts I’ve made in Flash, this is the one I feel I’ve learned the most from. I still consider myself just “starting up” in this, but I ain’t stopping now.
I’ve uploaded a bit of the process behind making Punto Ciego in <a href=”http://anatoleserial.blogspot.com/2009/06/punto-ciego-preliminary-work.html”>my art blog</a>. Even I was surprised at how my characters changed without me being fully conscious of it happening.
The next part will be a bit shorter, and will be the last we see of the convention.
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