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Intro Jerry Bouvier, the zombie. Reader knows how he got raised from the dead more or less. Three down, one to go for the origins. Now I need to think of a good scene for the fourth... the fulfilled avenger...

Okay. I'm not going to worry about the lag. I spent a lot of time yesterday thinking about this and I'm not really ready for the next one -- but I will write him as soon as I am. The part where they meet is already plotted, I just need backstory on the fourth. I am about to get it too, as soon as I think of it. But that's pages for today and I'm on par if I get to him tomorrow. Whew! Caught up and steady despite all that art procrastination!

I think that may be why I'm sketching so much, trying to relax and work on the story in background. I went from doing art that takes lots of concentration to art that doesn't, just simple subjects, sketching while watching videos.
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faunhaert
Apr. 4th, 2010 04:50 am (UTC)
what dp zombies do to relax

do they have a favorite band
food
do they like to play cards
i remember a bridge game where they all looked like zombies
robertsloan2
Apr. 4th, 2010 05:02 am (UTC)
lol

Good question! He's not the usual zombie though, he's smart. There was a website for dating zombies, wish I still had the URL.
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