The thing about having separate jobs with a project like this, is even if one of us has the time to work, it won’t be possible until the other has completed the prior step. So even if I’m able to color a page, I won’t be able to until Julie is able to finish drawing and inking it. …Not that I or my Zelda obsession are complaining.
This would eventually become a boon for me as I made my way back into freelance, but I have to admit it always feels like you have a lot more free time when you have a 9-5 job rather than when you’re unemployed or doing freelance.
It was not really possible for Julie to get a job when she was in Japan. She definitely made up for lost time when she got back to the states. All of them were related in the arts, which is awesome but it can definitely take it out of you!
Hey guys, so first off we will be returning to updating on Fridays with Julie’s warm ups as we ramp back up towards our Chapter 4 release.
In the mean time we will be doing a short Extra series in regards to our long hiatus. It’s been a crazy year for the both of us in many ways and while we love Perpetual Flux, life has just managed to keep us from this project one way or another. Last year Julie did a lot of moving around, in particular her move back from Japan to Seattle, WA. As can be expected it was a crazy move. You can’t really just call up a friend with a pickup truck and pay them with pizza.
She did manage to find her scanner… but it would be some time before the chords for the scanner were unpacked!