At the early day of this year, I got one precious advise from chief of animation studio I know.
"You better stop modifying the storyboard and proceed to the next step. If you keep stick with one scene you might not able to finish it in this year."
That really enlightened me. It was my bad habit keep working on one thing until I really satisfied with. and it really delaying this project.
"Ok got it. Thanks for advise"
And 6 months later, I finally finished all storyboard work in last week... ;;;;;;;
Seriously I really finished storyboard and start working on layout. However when I found something unsatisfying cut I go back to storyboard again and fix it. Then ending isn't look good with it so change it again, then foreshadowing looks weird so change some of that again... ha... hahaha... ;;;
If you find one funny comic book at the day before big test, you would feel like "Uh oh. I'm screwed.". And between such horrible guilt and sweet pleasure, you keep reading comic. You never be able to get out from it. So, with feeling similar like that, If whole 6 months of storyboard working become useless, how would it feel like?
Fortunately that didn't happened and result is satisfying. 7 minutes 44 seconds, 165 cuts. You will love Jjintta set and Py like you did for Doki and Nabi.
All you need to do is wait. (I know you already waiting pretty long though...)