Thanks , though I can do better now. Well better with other software. This was done in Bryce, I'm sure if I had Z-Brush back when creating this piece it would have been done in that software, a true modeling program.
So the special guests of your next comic... will be a bunch of magic apes! I can't wait to see it!
And about team-work, how do you get along with your partners? Do you always agree with them on what to do next? Or sometimes do you have different points of view and do you discuss about it?
Once I worked on a comic with 3 other guys. But maybe 4 different minds on one project are too many! We didn't do nothing but quarrel , and the comic sank miserably somewhere in the middle of the second chapter...
Her and I were friends before work on the comic started so that helps things I'm sure. But better examples of team-work, for say a large project, the example of my Buck Rogers site is a good show of it. Mariet after reading the first story of it, on her own decided to fix errors in my grammar & spelling. Once she revealed that she had done this I asked her if she wanted to be the series proof checker, and she accepted. I think the only time we had a conflict was over when I had written a word into a story that sounded so strange to her, she pointed out to me what was it doing there. I pointed out it was being used in a description, which still sounded odd to her. Then she pointed out the correct usage of the word, and it was a matter of I was at fault. The two words sounded exactly the same in my mind when looking at them on paper. I can write a lot here about collaborating with others on the site, but for another case of the right decision had been made. The second staff writer, Anthony. I asked him if he'd be interested in the job since he was well familiar with the series, and I knew from reading other work of his he was good, and in no way would dampen what was being posted on the site. Anthony, and I see far from eye to eye over politics, but aside from that we worked very well together.