Now that scene is finished, I can say it without spoilers:
The whole script for this scene was:
"Myces handles a potato and leaves it in Pekka's coat pocket."
This took nine pages to write.
Nine pages well written! Potatoes, urine cake, and broken doors galore!
Many things revolve around potatoes! Many, many things!
Funny how that goes. Most readers are blissfully unaware and just waiting for the next page. Those 9 pages went by fast for us.
Meanwhile the creators can easily become self conscious of where things are, and become impatient to push things along so they can get to the next part of the story.
I myself am painfully aware that my main character is still in the same spot since before the end of the last chapter, but l have a plan, l know whats coming and l just need to remember to be patient.
Actually, making a nine pages scene around a single action mostly amuses me. What I'm mostly self-conscious about these days is introducing too many characters. I don't expect readers to study my comic to know who does what to whom, so if I end up with a cast that a casual check-for-updates-every-other-week reader can't follow, well that won't be nice.
And don't worry about your comic either: of course readers expect Jolly to move from that spot: he's about to visit another creature's digestive tract! XD