Here’s a full page done with the Cintiq. Certain elements of the composition didn’t come out exactly as I’d hoped (like the movement of the robot at the end), but I’m fairly proud of the colouring, which is something that’s still new to me.
I loved working on this page with the Cintiq because I was able to easily alter the page after most of the pencil work was done. For instance, the last panel originally had a straight horizon line parallell to the panel borders, but I found it was more effective in conveying the movement of the robot by rotating it quite a bit to the left. The diagonal aspect of the horizon allows the eye to read the character as moving faster because the eye is already traveling in a similar path as it moves from panel 6 to 7. I was also able to flip a panel I originally penciled out in full and add a new panel after most of the page work was already done. Overall, creating the page digitally is much more beneficial because it allows me to more effectively improve upon work already half completed.