"The lobby is circular and surrounded by numerous closed doors" she says.
I've found that doing little sketches of architectural or mechanical plans before you draw it in the panel is not surprisingly very helpful, even if I secretly resent having to do so. I always liked books with little maps or schematics in the appendix and I suppose I never thought that they were probably created to assist the writing of the story rather than just to supplement it later.
Beatrice is Dead WIP. About half way finished; needs some detail in the columns, the elevator interior and some general tarting up.
Ink and gouache so far.
Speaking of which, there is also a new Facebook page for Beatrice is Dead! Not going to lie: there's likely to be a bit of cross posting of art between here and there but there will also be exclusive pictures from me and words from the author S. Zainab Williams!
Don't think I haven't noticed that lately this blog just shows a lot of sketches, doodles and "works in progress" and very few finished works. You'll be pleased to know that this provides me with a constant low-grade anxiety.