What if Nobody Ever Sees It

Banes at 12:00AM, June 25, 2020



Early in my writing efforts, I mostly did short stories. Scenes, really. I'd imagine a whole story around the scene I wrote and drew. I did a series of scenes about two private detectives hired to solve a 20-year old murder. I had no idea who did it, why ...

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Using 3D Art to Create Comics by Genejoke part 4

Banes at 12:00AM, June 18, 2020



This is the final part of Genejoke's epic on creating 3D Comics. The articles accompany his new video tutorials

The Video - Part 4:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDNn40Xewik


Part 4


Da finale


Lighting and rendering.


This will be the final part as there are definite limits to ...















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Using 3D Art to Create Comics by Genejoke part 3

Banes at 12:00AM, June 11, 2020



Welcome back to the 3D Comics-making series by Genejoke. These tutorials accompany the new video
version that he created.


Video Tutorial Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJO3ehav02E


BUILDING SETS


Another huge and time consuming aspect of making 3D comics is set building and it should definitely factor ...









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Using 3D Art to Create Comics by Genejoke part 2

Banes at 12:00AM, June 4, 2020



Here's Part 2 of Genejoke's tutorial on 3d comics using Daz3D. He talks about character creation here, and also gives some
info on the computer capacity you might need. These tutorials accompany Genejoke's new video versions of his tutorials. Enjoy!



Video Tutorial Part 2: https://www.youtube ...




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Using 3D Art to Create Comics by Genejoke part 1

Banes at 12:00AM, May 28, 2020



This is a tutorial by Genejoke, who agreed to share some of his knowledge for anyone who's interested in
starting a 3D comic!

He's turned his tutorials into videos, so we're reposting his tutorials for anyone who wants to check out the videos, read the written version ...




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More Thoughts on Discovery Writing

Banes at 12:00AM, May 21, 2020



We've had some interesting discussions on various Newsposts, in the Forum and elsewhere on theduckwebcomics about knowing your ending, knowing your genre, planning ahead and outlining vs. ‘pantsing’ or ‘Discovery writing’, which is writing without knowing where you're going.

Though up to now I've mostly been a ...



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Knowing What You Write

Banes at 12:00AM, May 14, 2020



Last week we talked about “writing what you know” … but how about ‘knowing what you write’? I knew I wanted to do this one as soon as I posted the previous article…just for the title.

In a TV show, series of books, movie, printed comic series, or newspaper strip ...



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Writing What You Know

Banes at 12:00AM, May 7, 2020



Writing what you know is one of those old canards that show up in writing advice, though it's not up there with things like “show, don't tell” and “this is supposed to be a literary essay - do not doodle in the margins”.

Or is that last one just ...



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All is Lost

Banes at 12:00AM, April 30, 2020



I've talked many times about story structure. Even with a structural approach, there are a lot of questions to be answered, struggles to be had, and hard thinking to be done to make a story work.

One big moment that I like thinking about early in the writing is ...



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Cause and Effect Writing Exercise

Banes at 12:00AM, April 23, 2020


classic tale of cause and effect!

Our very own Pickle-Face made a forum topic on the Duck, asking people to create a basic ‘cause and effect’ statement on their comic.

The structure goes something like this: Say what happens, and then what the effect is in the story. This is ...




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