Issue 1 - Page 10

4th Sep 2015, 7:38 PM in Birthright - Part 1
Issue 1 - Page 10
Average Rating: 5 (5 votes)
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Steven-Vincent 4th Sep 2015, 7:38 PM edit delete
It's hard to believe I have already uploaded 10 pages. It is going by very quickly. (That means I need to get moving on issue 2... though I am still more than an issue ahead right now).

This scene was hard to do mostly in terms of the camera angles and especially the shadows on the street.
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revzet 4th Sep 2015, 7:43 PM edit delete reply
Really great job with motion! Great page!
Steven-Vincent 4th Sep 2015, 7:44 PM edit delete reply
Thanks. Motion is tough. There is a module for DAZ 3 that uses it, but the module doesn't work with 4.6 and 4.7, which are the versions I used with this comic. So I had to fake it with photoshop. Took a long time, but I think it came out OK.
Guesticus 4th Sep 2015, 8:12 PM edit delete reply
Looks great so far, shame it's 'family friendly' :P but will keep reading anyway (adult artwork is nice, but story is better)
Steven-Vincent 4th Sep 2015, 8:18 PM edit delete reply
Sorry if the family-friendly thing frustrates ya... but I figure there are more than enough comics out there both in print and on the web that are adult-oriented. I didn't need to make yet another one.
Unka John 5th Sep 2015, 12:48 AM edit delete reply
Unka John
Wait, what? I was just about to launch my porn career.
Comic Fan 5th Sep 2015, 1:43 AM edit delete reply
Yeah, what are the restrictions of "family friendly?" I mean, can't the purple guy at least end up with a concussion and some involuntary muscle twitching after that meeting between cranium and brick wall? And maybe on the next page fire-dude could acquire a broken limb and a permanent limp or maybe a little bit of nerve damage? Or maybe some accidental frostbite and tissue damage from a misplaced blast from popsicle-lady. I know, maybe those two can take each other out and give some pain at the same time!

I like it when stupid criminals get hurt badly, especially when done by their own actions. Kismet! Like when they throw a cinder block to break a window and the block bounces off because it's security glass and lands on their own foot, breaking a toe or two in the process, then the resulting infection spreads to the whole foot. Nasty!

Good page, I liked it. :)
Steven-Vincent 5th Sep 2015, 7:58 AM edit delete reply
The Rapscallions are definitely not the world's greatest or smartest supervillains. But they're not quite incompetent enough to do things like have a cinder-block bounce back at them and smash one of their toes. :)
Dragonrider 5th Sep 2015, 12:02 PM edit delete reply
Love the art, story line don't care if its is tame or not, Golden Age was tame, except for some violence. Only one negative comment,Miss Frosty, the Sliver and Blue twit is way, way over proportioned top heavy. Would be much more attractive about half to two-thirds that Bra Cup. IMNHO (In My Never Humble Opinion) you however are the artist and author so your choice.

@Unka John: Way-Way too many porn features out there. Most chauvinistic no plot, poor art and worse spelling.
Steven-Vincent 5th Sep 2015, 2:18 PM edit delete reply
Some of Wind Chill's chest proportions are being affected by the shader that produces the fur effect, although yes she is pretty well endowed. Her body is pretty much out-of-the-box Victoria 5/Gabi. For minor characters like her who only appear in a few pages, I do not do a lot of shaping or tweaking like I did with Abby, Jackson, and Deena, who are going to be major characters for a long time.
Caley Tibbittz Collopy 5th Nov 2015, 8:23 PM edit delete reply
Caley Tibbittz Collopy
I like the tack of villains willing to kill, but not necessarily looking to; a refreshing update to the cardboard hyper-evil baddies that bog down some otherwise interesting older comics.
Steven-Vincent 5th Nov 2015, 8:27 PM edit delete reply
Some villains might be willing to kill... but the Rapscallions are basically high-end thieves. They are looking for a quick score, not murder.
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