@elixiadragmire Your pages have a great sense of flow, and it's always interesting to see what you do for the next page.
My pages were already done and setup from print. They've actually already have been printed into individual issues. So when I went back in to reformat Oops for mobile optimizing, I tried to do it in a way that added to the story telling as well as not having to redraw the whole page. So my process was to take each panel and stack them, then space the panels by how quickly the pacing for these scenes are, and then I'd add some bit of atmosphere on the page like falling feathers, flying books, stone gargoyle, a background gradient and such.
Since the gutters aren't apart of my storytelling I don't really need to think about that too much other than padding the space between panels to slow or speed up the pacing. However, since your panel gutters are such an important part of your comic it might be interesting to see you experiment with that some more with vertical formatting. Maybe the gutter is a huge tree the spans across all the pages in the issue. First few pages have the top branches of the tree and toward the last pages of the issue we start to see the base of the tree? Or just keep up with our original style. It's beautiful either way! <3
Here's a page to gander at:
Oops Comic Adventure