1. Finish DCR.
2. Website tweaks/overhaul/etc.
3. Get back up to speed on Transitional Voices.
1.A. 4.12 has been rendered and I have draft renders for 4.13. Draft as they were generated under rushed circumstances and may require either a significant amount of work or a fresh approach to make them acceptable.
1.B. While 4.12 has been ready for Photoshop ops for roughly a week, I haven't - and won't - have the time to work on it for awhile. Hopefully early this coming week, probably longer. 4.14 will require fresh CGI and I have other 3d modeling obligations to see to before I can start on that, so the "back end" of Chapter Four is going to take awhile.
1.C. The chapter five script is done. Transcribed, too. Several pages have layouts. I plan to have the script for this chapter fully developed before chapter four wraps so that production continues without a break. CG requirements are minimal, the panel count is relatively low (compared to Whitehouse, anyway), and it's short. Bit of a Stephenson ending but avoids a lot of repetition - most of what isn't in the script is filled in over the course of The Dualist.
I'd like to have DCR wrapped by June if possible.
2.A. While it's tempting to apply the current state of web fu to the ATC site, if I hold off until after DCR wraps, my fu will be even stronger. I'd sooner do one overhaul than two.
2.B. Given that, any mutterings about possible changes now would be moot, as where my head will be in a few months and where it is at the moment will hopefully be two very different things.
I'll probably stick with the current aesthetics - major aesthetic changes will hopefully be limited to improvements to the existing CSS.
3.A. TV.2 (Water) has been percolating in my head since 2008. I'd be lying if I said it was ready to fall out, but I do have a pretty good idea of what the chapter is going to look like and what kind of work it's going to entail.
3.B. Hopefully my experience with DCR will pay off and Water will be a 28-36 page jaunt instead of a 40+ page production slog. We'll see!
Item one - finishing DCR - is priority. With 32 pages left as of this writing, one of them rendered, another probably rendered, ten more laid out and the remaining 20 already existing in script form, and the fact that I managed 48 pages this year... it's looking doable.