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12th Feb 2017, 8:32 AM #1
lorddarke

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Leafa:Wooow your comic looks great! That's probably the most distinct look for a 3D comic I've ever come across, it shows how unique and distinctive 3D comics can be.

We are really lucky to have so many 3D comic makers here on ComicFury with a lot of expertise. I'm not one of them though, I just wanted to say that I like what you're doing so far!


Thank you very much, it's been years of practice and a lot of miss-steps just to get them this far.

I'm looking forward to enjoying your work...

Ed.
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"3D programs.", 7th Feb 2017, 8:16 AM #2
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Hello. Very nice work on your comic. My comics are the work of myself and my co- creator, Lee M. As to what programs I use, I like using Hexagon to create all my characters, props, buildings, foliage, etc. And I use Daz's Victoria 3 for the base of my human figures.(Why re-invent the wheel?)

Then I import them into Poser to rig them, and save them in my libraries.

Next its pose them, then export them into Vue, where I bring everything together, compose the scene for the panel, and use Vue's materials, textures, lighting, etc. And render the end result. Then export the panel into Photoshop to add captions, tweaks and final touches.

Most of my characters are not human, or even humanoid in most cases.

Thanks for letting me post this reply.

Ed Kline & Lee M.
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