The Expo, and the weekend is finished

Well, it was a busy weekend but a great one. First the Cincinnati Expo went great and I’ll discuss more about it on the next blog on Tuesday with pics. Had a great time with my brother and nephew and seen some nice creations for cosplay. I met some nice people and just enjoyed myself to the point that I’m sore due to walking most of the time.

Second, I created a new world map for Centauris IV of First Earth over the weekend as well. It’s been fun to create these things and have been working with a world building book that has been really helpful. Stay safe and be blessed.

Comic World Building: When is development finished?

I’m back to blogging now that school is finished and I wanted to pick up where I left off on the world building subject. It’s been a huge task so far for me, but I am enjoying the process. I did want to ask about everyone’s process to character and world development since I asked this on The Learning Curve mini podcast this week (on Castbox or follow the link on The Learning Curve facebook page). My question is this: When do you know when developing is enough to start your project?

I’ve worked on developing the Shield of Justice and many things evolved over time, however this project of First Earth will consist of an entire planet, where Shield of Justice was mainly in one city. I have laid the groundwork of what the places will be called and completed some character sketches and backgrounds. I just wondered if there were any other tips that are used to make this more complete. Let me know in the comments or post it to one of my social media handles.

Be blessed and stay safe.