... [F]or “Steel Noodles,” I wrote the whole thing in beats and outlines. Some parts of the story are scripted because I have definite ideas in terms of what the dialogue will sound like. But for the most part I leave some room in there so I can stretch out and not be tied down. I still want some of the visuals to dictate what and how the characters react. So generally, I write before I draw.
Story telling. Organic, not mechanistic.