|One of my favorite pottery pieces that I made during college. A teapot that was dipped in I believe the hamada glaze and had a white glaze poured over it. The white glaze turned black in the kiln and I fell in love with this pot.|
1st picture (to the left) - This is the timeline/plot for a novel that I’m working on. I’m using the bullet list style from this post (that is a link to my tumblr blog, fair warning). Anyone who doesn't want to click on the link, basically the bullet list is Year>Month>Day>Event>Additional notes. It is nine pages so far and nowhere near done especially considering this story spans six years. That green circle at the top are notes, mostly birth dates/ages of the main characters because I suck at remembering them. Also there’s a short snippet that’s a prophecy in the story for me to look back and keep the story on track. That prophecy must be fulfilled, or my story falls apart. This is all my own stuff and really a rough draft more than anything so I’m making notes on EVERYTHING, I’m even fleshing out areas that I already have a better idea while other points are like three words. Also, I skip around if you notice the ending it there, it’s already plotted I know how things end. It’s that middle bit that keeps changing around and frustrating me. By the time this is done I’ll probably also have things highlighted and the note section will be much longer.
2nd picture (to the right) - This is just the timeline for the comic that I’m working on with my IRL best friend and it also follows a bullet list. This one is Year>Month>Chapter/background action>Additional notes. That whole first page and part of the second one is notes and how the order of how things happen. This one is super skeletal because this is the rough timeline only, the plot to this is much, much, much, longer and in-depth. The actual plot to this is set up in a similar fashion as the timeline, but there is a mini-plot for each of those orange highlights. Here, because I have the seeds for two other comics going on (and honestly I need to update this because I’ve added at least another page or two to this one) I’ve gone through and highlighted things for the different archs. Me and my friend are both very visual people and the color helps keep the separate archs from getting mixed up. Oh and the green bits are actually birth years, we had a lot of characters we needed to keep track of.
Current Residence: College|
Favorite genre of music: Little bit of everything
Favorite style of art: Traditional...now with more digital
Personal Quote: Remember: You can't get embarrassed without an ass!