Work on my comic is proceeding in a precessionary manner.
I’m in the middle of the coloring process, and it is going quite slowly. In the 10 mornings that I have worked on this book in April, I have finished coloring three pages. It’s a slow process.
For the first week and a half of April I was flatting the book, which was excruciating, until I got a tip to use the BPelt plugins, which sped things up a bit. Flatting was still a long process, even with the plugin, due to my sloppy ink work. I’ll tell you, I think I’ve learned as much about inking from coloring the book, as I have from the inking itself.
I’m not going to share the page I finished today, I want to keep some of the story under wraps after all.
Instead, I’ll share this neat safety procedure that I had to whip up for the background of a couple panels.
On the moon, safety is critical. If your suit has any leak in it, the suit will decompress, as will you.
Lunarch Corp does not want to lose any workers due to any sort of safety accident, hence the double check procedure. You check every seam in your suit, then one of your teammates checks all of the seams again, to make sure it is properly sealed.
100% Safety record is the Lunarch standard!