I'll like to show my method. I can't say i'm as organized.
Because i'm a big-picture person, I work through my story by layering. (from bare-bones to details)
Back in 2018~2019 when I wrote 1st and 2nd draft of my story, I used physical notepad and pencil. From the start till the ending, I wrote almost 30~40 pages (my story is about the length of a 2~2.5 hour movie).
Then I create this sticker board which shows me all the scenes(yellow & white stickers) in "arcs"('acts' are more correct) so that I can do adjustment when I needed. I really enjoy planning the scenes here: which to show first or later, or omit. The bottom with the blue-tacks are estimations of where a chapter starts/ends.
The upper left is a story's energy flow-chart. Pretty self-explanatory.
And finally I wrote a more detailed final draft digitally. I use Notepad+ . Scenes are in bullet points but i tend to write it more and more detailed in later chapters. I don't write dialogues here, I only write them almost at the end of comic-page production. It's just my way. I'm now about 65% complete on the final draft.
(a bit spoilers are shown but nevermind)
The numbers represents pages the scene needs to cover. (here I have to play out comicpages in my head. The numbers are not final, just guidelines for later thumbnail stage!) Also, some remarks are added in case i forgot to put in/emphasize.
So these are all just the "script" side, not including comic drafts, thumbnails & panelings. Thanks for reading.