July is here, and shit is about to get HOT! We’re making extra-sure the new version of the DCV is stable on all operating systems so we set aside more time for QA than is likely necessary, but we have to allot time for finding bugs and fixing said bugs. So sorry for the wait.
Some of you have been asking for actual work from the comic, so here you go. This is a first person perspective view, which is one of the image options available in the DCV comics (along with alternative angles, x-ray view, and animation) . I’ll leave you to contemplate just exactly who’s eyes we’re looking through…
I was going to write a long-winded post addressing everyone’s impatience, but I gotta be honest… I am tired, you guys. I have renders queued up and will continue working through the night. I will give no further insight into a possible release date because I really don’t want to get anyone’s hopes up again, and I really don’t know how long yet it could be. I am working on it full-time… that’s all the truth I can provide.
Enjoy the render, and keep an eye on the website and your emails for our newsletter which will announce its release. If you have not already, ensure you receive the email announcement by adding firstname.lastname@example.org to your sender safe list. Take care.
With numerous real life factors over the last two weeks (had to help the girlfriend move, my roommate is moving out so I need to find a new roommate, and did some pro bono graphic design work for a friend) and then factors related to Dark Rift (DCV engineer not being able to get off of work for beta phase, issues with updating the store plugin, and, oh… the comic not being finished), the release date is being pushed back.
I know you’re all shocked by this unexpected news, but rest assured that I am working hard on it and am eager to finish. After all this time, I’m only now finally getting to the first of the sex scenes in this comic!
Anyway, I thought I’d do a render or two of Polly, since many of you have commented that you’d like to see her while you wait for the first episode of Dark Rift. So here’s two renders, from two different angles, of Polly and Jester. Personally, I enjoy the back angle more. These were both rendered in Octane in under 30 minutes.
Stay tuned in the next week for actual frames from the comic, to give you all a taste of what to expect from the new series.