Even though they aren't all that related, in looking at Janet Lee's 058, I couldn't help but be reminded of William Gibson's Neuromancer. Specifically, the opening line: "The sky above the port was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel." The window we have into Lee's world is far more colourful than that, but the sky above nonetheless brought the quote to my mind. While I had a few other ideas of how to approach the piece, I felt that that was as good as any other. I hope you'll agree.
We open the page with only black and white for colours. As the panels progress, we'll add in a bit more colour.
1 - The business district of a large city. It's raining. Men and women in suits walk to and fro, presumably heading towards their offices. Everyone has an umbrella up against the percipitation, adding to the faceless aspect of the scene (the umbrellas could even be hiding their faces, if we'd like).
2 - At ground level, we see a young woman walking among the business folk. Shorter than the crowd, her small stature causes her to stand out. As does the guitar she has slung across her back. She is dressed in regular clothing - jean shorts, tshirt, and maybe a plaid flannel for good measure. Without an umbrella, she is wet from the rain, but does not seem to mind. No one seems to notice her.
COLOURING NOTE: This young woman should be in faded colours - it's not full technicolour, but she does stand out from the black and white around her.
3 - The young woman sits down at the edge of a fountain and starts tuning her guitar, paying no mind to the world around her, just as the world continues to ignore her. Perhaps one suit stops to notice the young woman.
COLOURING NOTE: The young woman should be in more regular, bright colours. If the one suit has stopped to watch, they may be in the faded colours the young woman was in the previous panel.
4 - The young woman begins to strum her guitar. A wave of music (for lack of a better term) rises from the guitar. The wave should be in colour, so anything encompassed within it would be in full, bright colours. More suits are stopping to watch. When they do, they lower their umbrellas, so their faces become visible.
COLOURING NOTE: As mentioned in the description, the wave of music should be in full colour. The suits who have stopped could either be faded colour, full colour, or somewhere in between.
5 - A circle of onlookers have formed around the young woman playing guitar. The suits have all lowered their umbrellas, smiling up to the raining sky as they sing along to the music. Maybe extend the wave of music circle to include everyone, or have small elements of the wave scattered about the panel to emphasize everyone being a part of the moment.
COLOURING NOTE: This panel should be in full colour. Indeed, it might even go beyond that, adding bright colours where there wouldn't actually be any in real life (such as rainbow coloured raindrops, etc - have fun with it).