In case you missed it, I'll be going to PA for two weeks on Tuesday. I'll still be able to get online, but I have no idea for how long or at what times. So I apologize for not commenting on things (not that I have been much as of late. LaF has devoured the majority of my time; my apologies.) Speaking of which, LaF will be in our judges capable hands for then. I'll still be checking on the new refs and submissions but I probably won't be reviewing any of the new competitors myself. It should be fine, both *shootdoctorallen
have been doing a great job so far. Go show them some love!
I'm really hoping I'll be able to keep up with CC over the two weeks, problem is I have no access to a scanner. So I've been frantically trying to sketch out the four pages ahead of time, and have almost finished sketching the third. But dear god I am not good at working so far in advance. I guess part of my problem is I do a lot of plot modification as I go so that my initial "script" (total air quotes) may be significantly different in the end.
How does everyone else work as far as process go? Do you do a lot of scripting initially, or do you take the "cuss all run headfirst into the wall" approach? Does your script stay pretty intact or get butchered to pieces?
Oh, found a metric cusston of old icons I was supposed to upload ages ago. I'll be submitting some of them shortly, so I apologize for the inbox spam.