Storyboarding, because why not

I didn’t really need storyboards for the book, but there was a point in chapter one where I wanted to visualise the cafe where the Buro operative Ira is watching Mir Tohno.  There was something about the place that really interested me and I saw that opening sequence as a cinematic chain of events.  Whether or not this helped me with the creative process of writing I couldn’t say, but it was fun seeing the place come to life.

Here’s a couple of frames from the storyboard sequence.

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