I talked to a barista the other day about my creative process on my comic books. I told her I wanted to try to spend my next drawing session sketching out architectural interiors in a sketchbook so that I will have viable reference images for my next series of Richy Vegas Comics. I told her I didn't usually do that. She commended me on my willingness to grow, even at this stage of my development. Well, I tried to sketch out some detailed reference drawings of several interiors, but only came up with hastily drawn, barely sketched out drawings of a few interiors. I guess I'm just not a sketchbook guy. I can kind of use some of those drawings, but I'll probably come up with proper reference drawings in the books themselves as I go along from issue to issue illustrating each one. I think I usually handle a lot of my reference in that manner. I did good to go out and snap some pictures for my last series of books and use a few of the images in "The Legend of Richy Vegas."
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