I’ve been writing amateur Sci-Fi for awhile now and on the side I’ve toyed around with 3D computer modeling.
Last year, while pestering a professional graphics arts friend to try and get him to illustrate my kid’s book idea, he kindly told me to ‘beat it’ and said that I should start testing out the Poser/Daz/iClone software that lets you make your own 3D people that you can use to make your own short animations & comics.
So I’ve been playing. Started hammering out a test space opera story line (I’ll give you three guesses as to which classical era historical story line I’m ripping off) and building up my skill levels with 3D modeling, animation and rendering.
Without further beating around the bush – “The Diary Files of Paul Ibius”.
(Bonus points for you if you can figure out the pun with the guys name)
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