There's nothing magical about producing a comic book and it doesn't matter if it is 24 pages or 128 pages in length. It is just a matter of scheduling a time to work on it or just leaping in at the last spare moments of a day.
I'm gearing up for the latest YETS! book and there's nothing much to show while I'm writing it, unless you want to see a bunch of words. So here's photos of the process.
There's nothing magical about it, I keep my expenses low.
I even use notebooks and pencils I bought at back-to-school sales.
I sketch each page with balloons and write dialogue outside the panels,
and I write the page number in the upper left corner.
I label (scribble...) the notebooks with the titles of stories.
The "Dental Story" was in YETS! #3
and "Is It Morning Yet?" and "Another Story Yet" were in YETS! #2
These titles are just working titles so I have them labeled.
During times like this I spend sketching ideas to put in the stories because I feel like I'm not doing anything productive. Also drawing helps to stir up other ideas.
So I started designing background characters for this story.