1) What am I working on?My current project is the webcomic Echo Effect, which is a modern-day sequel to the Narcissus and Echo myth. It’s an ongoing series that you can read on my website or over on Blogspot.2) How does my work differ from others of its genre?I tend to write fantasy stories that are dark and tragic; some of my WIPs can even be classified as horror. That’s usually not obvious on the surface, though, thanks to my comedic way of storytelling and cartoony art style…3) Why do I write what I do?Dark, tragic stories have always been the most satisfying to me, but I also happen to be that oddball who thinks darkness and tragedy are more effective after a reader’s been lulled by comedy…4) How does your writing process work?I have to outline the entire story before I ever start any writing. (That’s right, I already know how Echo Effect ends. No, I’m not gonna tell!) Once I get around to writing the scripts, I only jot down the dialogue I plan per page. Figuring out a character’s actions and exactly how many panels there’ll be is something I worry about while drawing. Also, I only write a couple scripts at a time, since there have been cases where I scripted too much or too little for a page and needed to merge/divide some of them during the drawing stage.
Now is my cue to tag others for this blog hop. Well, I’ve already seen plenty of people participate in it, and since it’s been hard for me to keep up with the blogosphere lately, I’m not exactly sure how many others have also done it. So, I’m taking the easy way out and tagging anybody who’s been wanting to do this but hasn’t had the chance yet!