When I stitch together thumbnails of all of the pages in my children’s book, I get a global view of the entire project. I can see the overall flow of the story without considering the text, which is simply displayed as black bars. I realize now that I should have worked on this flow view right from the beginning. I did have a storyboard, but I see now that it’s a good idea to get the storyboard right before plunging in to drawing and painting. I’m going to live and learn…and do more work on the storyboard when I do the next book in this series.