Step 2. Preliminary scripts, or “prelims”. Write everything that happens and make necessary improvisations if previously thought of (i.e. Frisk having dialogue).
Step 3. Final scripts. Before final scripts begin, I go through and budget out the number of pages each scene should take based on the number of pages allotted to the chapter. I have a lot of extra pages set aside in case the pages run over the limit. Then, the prelims are sorted through, pieces are removed and stitched together, and the final scripts and thumbnails are created.
Step 4: Layout sketch. I didn’t take any pictures of the earliest version, but the initial layout is just the boxes and words with vague outlines as to where everyone will go based on the thumbnails. Then I fill everything in.
Step 5. Inks. My least favorite part. I do like the end result though, when the pages are all crisp and clean and ready for colors.
Step 6. Colors. I fill in the figures first, then the backgrounds.
Step 7. Varnish work. I have to coat the pages in protective varnish to keep them from smudging each other. The varnish also adds a bit of waterproofing and makes the pages look and feel super neato.
AND THEN THEY’RE DONE! It’s always really rewarding to make it all the way through with this stuff. I can’t wait to make it to the end with ALL of it.
Anyway, yeah! Process work! I thought it’d be neat to show you guys the process.
Undertale created by Toby Fox Artwork and adaptation created by George. I CREDIT YOU TOBY
Note: So lately I have been binging Merlin alot which I am wanting to do this scene based on what I watched which is so creepy and yet so beautiful,I thought of translating it to the prompts from @empiresofwater which are the Phantom of the Opera and the 80′s songs,since it is kinds Arthurian like. So I may go that route for the adventure aspect on how she will bring evil nad malice.