THE DRAWING TABLE
As we've seen in the past, Scott Arnold is a crazy bugger who has an unhealthy obsession for taking photographs of his poor, unsuspecting Drawing Table (as demonstrated here and here.) It's been an interesting progression as Scott has shown us the first panel of the very first page, then the pencils for the first ten pages of the book.
And now, in it's full glory, here is Scott Arnold's most recent snapshot of his workspace. (He tells me that there are 24 pages stacked on there. Ah, I don't know. Personally, I would question anything this man tells you. But your mileage may vary.) Let's take a look!
Woo. Pretty nifty.
Twenty-four pages. That is some serious progress.
Oh, hey! Here's a novel idea! Let's take a moment to respond to some comments from the public!
Here's a message we received from young Aaron Trites, who provides useful feedback for the marketing team at Hypersmash Studios:
For maximum enjoyment I would recommend having the pages either stapled in the traditional pamphlet format or bound together as a graphic novel, rather than having them strewn about on a desk. Oh, and add words to the pages too."
Hi, Aaron! Thanks for the input! We'll certainly give your advice all due consideration!
Okay, so Lightning Girl Loves Rocket Boy is clearly humming along. I'll try to keep everyone posted as we approach our impending publication.