Hemlock 8 / ( 12 )
There are worse things than constantly illogically switching hands... but it starts to get on my nerves. I consciously put that tweezer wrench... thing in either the right or left hand, depending on what would make the panel and Barberas posture readable.
And the other thing... i actually mixed two walls up in the kitchen. I keep picturing the window wall opposite to the door but also right to the door. I did not realize this until i recently reread the Puppy Incident Short. I plan to do some prototype drawings of recurring places like the kitchen. It does subtly change from chapter to chapter (this chapter, the window is boarded up with one piece of plywood and the courtains are as good as gone, thanks to the exhibition chapter. Before that I added the drinking engine - THANKS A LOT, ME, this super detailed, attention grabbing contraption is soooo important to the stoooory in every panel it appears. god damn... do these kinds of additions near the end of the story!)
with these well done background drawings, i could save some time and keep some kind of consistency by only adding the characters. Mainly for establishing and pure dialogue background. I would not want to miss perspective options by just using one background. There is not that much more to learn about this room, so I don t feel too bad about doing that.