- Listening to: HINDI ZAHRA: FASCINATION
- Reading: BLACK DYNAMITE TARGAS
- Watching: LEGEND OF KORRA EPISODES
- Playing: POSSUM
- Eating: WACK ARTISTS ALIVE
- Drinking: WATER
how bad do you want it?
Good luck on your projects!!!!!
If he'd re-arrange it a bit he could get the same amount of work done but get to sleep between 00:00 and 6:00 each day.
The rest would look largely the same but he'd be "well-rested" each day.
Or he has considered it and come to the conclusion that it's not possible. The way I see it is that if you make sure to get a longer period of rest each day, your abilities increase immensely, sleeping an average of six hours on set times seems like a better option than mixing it up like he does.
A) how good the artist is, sleep-deprived or well-rested.
B) How skilled the assistants are, how fast they can finish inking, screentones, etc.
C) How good the script writer is. If the mangaka is also the one making the story he probably already knows what he wants it to look like.
However if it's a duo writing the story, it's all about how well he/she can convey what they want to be written.
D) What type of magazine they're published in. A monthly magazine typically have longer deadlines than weekly but monthly magazines usually also have less assistants.
Of course it's hard. But if someone really loves drawing they will be able to do it- and be happy
Sometimes I start drawing in the evening and suddenly when i look up it' already morning
of course it's not good for health (or grades -___-') but i just can' stop myself from doing it... so why not make a job out of it?
Shoot, with all that time spent on comics, I better live these last few "relatively responsibility-free" years of college to the fullest. (Learning all I can and having the most fun I can, because apparently that won't be happening after college.)
Just wondering, does this kind of extreme work schedules also apply to small studios, also .. from the title it says "weekly" .. that would kinda explain the extremeness here .. how about artists working on monthly releases or a big single issue manga release that's the equivalent of a graphic novel .. do they work at a slower less savage pace ?
Still want it, though, I don't care how tough it is.