I accomplished a minimum of work over my spring break. This is normally a period of far greater productivity, but this year I felt inclined to just enjoy the time off and watch studio Ghilbli movies.
I figure I need to set some kind of routine/schedule to keep me moving forward on all projects at once. I'm going to set a pretty tough regimen for this week and see if I can hit all the deadlines. We'll reassess next week.
3 Public Education strips- finished. This is already so ingrained as to hardly feel like work at all.
7 Awful Lot pages- relettered. I should have had this project wrapped forever ago. A page a day isn't too much of an investment to finish up such a major project.
3 skeletons- assembled. This is the pace I need to keep up with my new webcomics release schedule. Hope you've checked it out on the site.
2 MAPS pages- flatted. This is going to be tough for me. I'm no good at flatting quickly and have already failed at my goal of 3 pages a week. This needs to be completed at a faster pace than this.
24 pages High Seas- lay outs. I need to work on this much more steadily and I seem to have misplaced several pages already. So this is is going to get me halfway to this step completed. This will be a lot of work, but no more than a sitting or two hopefully.
2 ideas for Avant Garde anthology- spined. I want my entry to be fantastic, I'm going to be in a book with a bunch of guys I really respect. I need to shine, and that deserves a best idea of three sort of shot.
Whew. Better get started.