Good day, everyone! This blog post is going live while I’m off on a trip in New York City. Anyway, we have more pages of Sunnyville #17 to share today. So…on with the show!
This was done with one-point perspective. As many of you readers know, I rarely use linear perspective; most of my work is more of a flat view. Yet, I can use one-point, two-point and three-point perspective should it be needed.
Now we need some drama and urgency to help set up the plot more.
Rusty is a teenager and isn’t free to just come & go as he pleases. A big part of this story is that he has to be home by 5:00 PM exactly!
The mental image of Nancy grabbing Rusty and threatening him was not in my original script. It was something I improvised during the thumbnails.
Rusty just tempted fate because we’re about to set up the conflict. But that will have to wait until next time.
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