I have been working on a project since March, the scope got bigger during the last few months and while there were periods of, frankly speaking, unnecessary waiting, I finally got finished this Saturday.
Why even write about this? Coz we're speaking of 39 texts that each needed deep research and while I don't mind reading through pages and pages of research papers, data and books... the sheer lack of information in some regards was VERY frustrating.
So yeah, I needed to celebrate this with a quick sketch. Nothing major. Just to mark this end.
I literally made this shortly before my shift on Sunday. Wasn't psyched to work either but hey, can't complain about having a steady job, am I right?
To be honest, only minor stuff is left for the project that I won't even count as work. Like listing out a few things, maybe edit a sentence or two but compared to the grunt work of research and compiling all the info: it is nothing.
Why freedom? I can work on stuff that has been incomplete for weeks! There's for example a watercolor piece where I need to add plenty of sunflowers :D
But I gotta say it feels weird to be free of that burden. I can focus on the comic and work ahead a bit. I know another gig will come up and to be honest I need the cash as well.