I guess I'll answer my own thread and give the
latest way I've set things up.
The front half of my cel book is devoted to
artbook cels and originals. The second half is
Utena 'repros' (I take lots of liberties with my
repros). At the very end is where I store
unfinished cels. Dry ones, naturally.
I try not to have the same character on 'facing'
pages. I also try to 'match' the characters to
each other. Like I have my movie utena repro
right below my Touga + kitty repro. They're both
chest-up eyes-shut and look good together. And
the matching utena/anthy cels from the op or ed I
just finished last week are on opposite pages
because they make a good 'set' too.
So I guess my problem is I structure them
aestetically instead of logically, which causes
problems because it can be so much more
subjective--one cel can change everything. If
you want to see some *REALLY* neurotic ordering,
you should look at my book shelf, my paint rack,
or my anime CDs. ^_^