Oh, indeed! Perhaps for the viewer, the exciting part is imagining all that could be which isn't yet. In seeing the great execution of your work, the possibilities are all intriguing and positive. In any case, I relate to your desire to alter a few things until you yourself feel it communicates exactly what you wish. Good going thus far and I am sure it will be marvelous in the end!
People have been telling me that constantly the last few months. I look at my analog stuff as if I'm just a make-believe painter, since I lack control over more detailed techniques without using a computer. But I'll definitely be doing more in the future (including some oil paintings!). Thanks for the prod in the right direction.
That 'lack of control' is what - in my opinion - is great about 'traditional' media: you have to negotiate with it and there are always accidents. And it's probably integral to the look/feel of Sienkiewicz and McKean's stuff, especially the former will all his ink-spatter and whatnot. I'll look forward to your future experiments!