Hooray! I'm back up to speed. Four pages of comic laid out today. Dialogue rewritten again, seems to happen on every page, much as expected.
I am wondering whether I should keep a running list of things I have to work out how to draw while I'm producing these roughs... birdsong, for example, or an assortment of odd objects for a jumble sale, a man made of cheese, a Nautilus-themed central heating system (not steampunk, more dreampunk), all things I am just pencilling in so roughly only I will know what I kind of mean. Other things I am working out as well as I can as I go along, especially the way my sheep characters go about doing stuff from lazing on the sofa upside down to synchronised dancing and advanced martial arts.
I better not stop to think too often while I'm drawing this. Man, I am very glad it's me who is illustrating this script so I can still make changes! Some of the things I wrote are very odd, even to myself. Some of the things I am adding in instead are even odder.
And I am very grateful to myself that I made those 3D sets for the whole thing beforehand, else I'd be lost as lost.
I'll show you a few rough panels in a while, but first I want to catch up with the schedule some more.