Probably not going to get this posted today after all. Still working out a few kinks.
Had the idea to flip the art after doing the pencils, to make sure that my wonky eyes aren’t still causing things to go wrong. The central picture of Baughb is all right, but I found many things in the other panels that were distorted, often leaning left. So I saved the file in reverse form, and I’m cleaning up the pencils from a backwards view. Here, I’ve flipped it back to compare with the old version (note the trees in the background leaning way to the left—that exaggerated tilt was not intentional).
In future, maybe I can save time by doing the roughs one way, then doing the finished pencils in reverse.
Along the way, I’m experimenting with the different tools available. Getting really good results from the sketching tools in Deevad’s brush set. You can see the difference between it and a more conventional pencil tool in the accompanying before/after.