Monday, October 15, 2007
At the beginning of this gargantuan project called Mythos, I got off to a really slow start. This was almost 3 years ago and I'm still not done. Sometimes I think it was worth it. Other times I think I could have "cut corners" without sacrificing the overall quality. Comic book writer Ivan Brandon says that I do just the opposite — that I actually "add corners" during the creative process. I don't dispute that, but I also feel it's a necessary part of the comics I want to make.
Anywho, this is a whole page of design sketches for Professor Xavier's hover-chair in Mythos: X-Men. I often think this is just one more way to procrastinate, especially when I didn't even use my favorite design, but it's also one way to get motivated for a large undertaking.
Currently, my favorite method of procrastination is blogging.