This page is old now. I can’t really believe that it’s actually old. I was pretty excited at the progress of this page (ignore the terrible background in panel one). I’m so frustrated right now. I feel like I’m ice-skating uphill while chasing my own tail. I haven’t been this close to giving up entirely on this project ever. But I’m not going to do it. However, looking at everything that I have done to this point makes me feel like an abject failure at what I am doing. I was putting out pages that have been substandard. The art has been terrible, and the pacing has also suffered because of how I rushed to put pages together.
Atrocious. Nothing short of atrocious.
Anyway, this is a scene from what happens once Hit and Run make their attack against the agents. When I drew this page originally, I was hopeful that it was going to be a good one, but when I look at it now, I am not sure it has the same potential that I originally thought. I don’t think that I will abandon it per se, but I am definitely giving it some consideration. Let me see what happens after I adjust some things in Photoshop and draw some more elements onto the page.
With everything that I just said, I still think it has some potential. I just need to pull my head out of my own rear end and get the page done. I like the angles, foreshortening, and the story telling of the page itself. The poor drawing is what is bothering me about the page now.
My frustration may want me to quit, but I guess I am just too stupid to do that. I’ll be working harder–especially over the next few days–to produce more work. I know I start my busy schedule soon, but I will not let that stop me anymore. I can’t set a date for when I’ll be rolling with the weekly pages again, but I want to just get enough done so that when I do I can at least put out, at least, three to six months worth of material.
Anyway, enough of the rant.