I had some creative thoughts at work. I made some notes so I wouldn't forget them. (Yes, it's a paper towel.) If you can't read them, that's okay. If you can read them, but they don't make sense, it's because I only wrote key phrases or words to jog my memory.
Before I start drawing a better version of the Goth comic on my giganto-pad, I'm going to practice drawing larger versions of each frame on my sketch pad, getting used to the new pencils and drawing in general. I don't want to waste any of that big expensive drawing pad.
I need to come to grips with the fact that I can't sit down and just draw a final version and have it be as good as I'd like it. These things need planning and sketching, working out the bugs and perfecting the product. It sounds like work, which I normally evade, which is even more reason to put serious time and effort into this thing. I think the experience would be good for me.
I went to WalMart earlier...and I got a sketchpad. That's a vital step in this process, kause I don't like just drawing on looseleaf if I'm gonna be kollekting them. It'll all be in one place, and be easy to deal with mentally. Go me.