This is a quick sketch of one of the main character’s from ‘I Live In A Robot’. His name is Six-Face. I don’t think the style of the book will be quite like this though. 
I’ve been working on the second draft of the script and although changing quite a lot from the original, I’m really happy with how it’s going. The first draft was quite complicated and lacked a solid direction. It had a lot of characters who’s roles within the story weren’t well defined and lots of sub plots that didn’t really seem to be going anywhere. I think I was just trying to be clever for the sake of it. Silly me.    
The story is now a lot clearer and straight forward but still very fun and exciting and I think I owe a lot of thanks to DC Comics’ animated shows and films for that. I’ve been watching a lot of them recently (particularly Justice League Unlimited) and I’ve been amazed at how they manage to fit a full and exciting story into such a short running time.  Their stories are short and simple but contain fully realised and diverse characters which keeps the show interesting.
I keep reminding myself that this is my first time trying something like this on such a large scale. I’m going to keep the plot simple and work on making the characters believable. This is perfect for me as I feel concepts and plotting are my strong points when it comes to storytelling and character development is definitely one of my weaker areas. So I’ll get to build on that.

This is a quick sketch of one of the main character’s from ‘I Live In A Robot’. His name is Six-Face. I don’t think the style of the book will be quite like this though. 

I’ve been working on the second draft of the script and although changing quite a lot from the original, I’m really happy with how it’s going. The first draft was quite complicated and lacked a solid direction. It had a lot of characters who’s roles within the story weren’t well defined and lots of sub plots that didn’t really seem to be going anywhere. I think I was just trying to be clever for the sake of it. Silly me.    

The story is now a lot clearer and straight forward but still very fun and exciting and I think I owe a lot of thanks to DC Comics’ animated shows and films for that. I’ve been watching a lot of them recently (particularly Justice League Unlimited) and I’ve been amazed at how they manage to fit a full and exciting story into such a short running time.  Their stories are short and simple but contain fully realised and diverse characters which keeps the show interesting.

I keep reminding myself that this is my first time trying something like this on such a large scale. I’m going to keep the plot simple and work on making the characters believable. This is perfect for me as I feel concepts and plotting are my strong points when it comes to storytelling and character development is definitely one of my weaker areas. So I’ll get to build on that.