Hey guys, as promised here is the commissioned set I mentioned in the previous post’s comments. Chris3DX is once again to blame for this awesomeness. Here we have Ember crashing the production set of Dossier 014: The Deserted to have a go at giving our giant alien friend Chuck some good old fashioned titty sex! She also decided to stick around after to do a few sexy pinup shots for our staff photographer Doug (Editor’s note: Doug is currently hospitalized with the worst case of blue balls you’ve ever seen and isn’t expected to make a recovery unless he buys the new dossier and faps. Don’t be a Doug).
As of today we are back in production on Clara Ravens Episode 4: Colombina’s Illusion – Part II. This is gonna be a huge push to get this thing wrapped. I’m talking late nights, little to no sleep, mainlining coffee and energy drinks, and ritual gential mutilation (well, maybe not that last part). Oh, and please stop back tomorrow for the cover art reveal!
Happy Star Wars Day to you all!
As SDCC steadily approaches (July 8th – July 12) and my income just as steadily wanes, I find myself once again having to add the dreaded “ripcord date” to my project calendar. I was paid out from my other markets for my April sales and things are not looking so great financially. I will find myself in dire straights by the beginning of June, and though my calendar indicates a completion date for Clara Ravens Episode 4: Colombina’s Illusion near and around mid-June, there is absolutely no certainty. The difference between the concrete release dates of image sets and the more elusive dates of comics is that I never know how many pages a comic will be, nor can I estimate just how long setting up an animation will take (could be several hours or several days based on complexity) or render (typically takes days). With image sets, I know in advance how many frames it will be, how long it