And I got a Pentel Pocket Brush in the mail. Left is the Pentel, right is the Tombows, using the Pentel to fill in the blacks.
The pocket brush affords me much of the same life that the Windsor & Newton did, but more controlled. I can almost, almost draw with it. I think there’s a small but serious chance that with practice, the pocket brush may become my favorite way to ink. I think there is a larger chance that I will continue to work with some combination of the pocket brush and the Tombows.
Here we are colored in.
Next tasks on the list:
- Produce a page in the chosen style. Using just Clay, here, I can produce page 4 or 5 (or both).
- Sculpt models for Eve and for the Serpent.
- Finish transferring the storyboard graphics and 1st draft text over into Scribus. (We’ve barely started, but I made an executive decision to work on the sculpts because transferring pages over is busywork, and can be done when I’m creatively tapped out).
- Compose the first draft of the the Kickstarter pitch
- Create the draft Kickstarter campaign so I can begin designing the graphics needed to make it work.
- Contact people willing or likely to help me publicize my campaign.
Obviously, sculpting a naked caricature of whatever I think is the standard of feminine beauty, or a freaking angel dragon, are the most fun things on the to-do list.