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I’ve been holding off on doing environment designs for this webcomic series I’m planning for fear of settling on something dumb and being stuck with it (since the whole thing takes place in one enclosed environment), but it occurs to me that if I got really stuck, I could always just change it in between stories and claim that it had been renovated…
(Or even have the trouble area be destroyed during a story…)
There’s an episode of Teen Titans Go! where Raven gets the other Titans hooked on reading, only for them to form serious addictions and go through withdrawal symptoms once they finish their books. Long story short, they wind up accidentally bringing the protagonists of their books to life with a magic spell, and in order to “turn off their imaginations” and “make reading boring” to break the spell, they have to critically analyze the texts.
This show was made for me.
It’s weird, I spent a week not really drawing at all and my right hand and wrist hurt so badly that I was terrified I had carpal tunnel, and now that I’m drawing all day every day again, my hand and wrist don’t hurt at all.
I mean, I changed a bunch of my habits in the meantime (doing regular wrist stretches, wearing my shoulder bag on the opposite shoulder, trying to avoid using my right hand in unnecessary situations like clicking and scrolling), but I can’t help but feel like this means drawing is my destiny.
I’ll probably become a faster cartoonist once I train myself to stop dreading the inking stage so much. It’s never even half as tedious or nerve-wracking as I keep convincing myself it’ll be.
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