Sunday, August 23, 2009

LEGACY 36 - More Designs & Pages!














7 comments:

Alberto said...

Omar: geniales páginas, un lujo que compartas estos trabajos preliminares y bocetos. Impresionante, más allá de los personajes, el laburo de las naves...es increíble...¿laburás con modelos ya hechos?
Como siempre, mi admiración, viejo.

Alberto

Ruka said...

me copan las naves!

A-PRO said...

me encanta el laburo en plenos. muy solido.
saludos.

A figleaf of your imagination said...

Thanks for sharing these Omar, are you going to be doing more work for Legacy or are you concentrating on Mass Effect now?

I was also wondering how long it takes you to make those 3D models and how they help you - they look great by the way!!

Sorry if people have maybe asked these already - I only speak English (and Welsh!)

OMAR FRANCIA said...

Gracias Alberto, Ruka, Gabriel!! Siempre es más que grato saber que están ahí para comentar! Muchas Gracias!

Alberto: No, los modelos 3D me los hago yo solito, salvo que alguno se apiade y me mande alguna navecita... pero por lo gral. las hago yo, ya que muchos son diseños nuevos. Tuve que aprender a hacerme la esculturita 3D como quien se hace una carita para verle las sombras y las luces, pero con un uso mucho mayor, ya que terminan siendo, en el render, el boceto que va a ser pasado a lápiz final y despues a tinta o directo a tinta... Muy UTIL! hay que aprender a hacerlas en poco tiempo, nada más...

OMAR FRANCIA said...

Figleaf of Your Imagination:
HEY!! good to have you here on my blog! Well... I am really concentrated on Mass Effect because we have a mini-series of 4 issues o go, and i have to do all the pages in continuity, so, i can't leave the Drawing board not even to eat or live my life with real people, without finishing a page of Mass Effect, so is almost impossible to do another Legacy issue, at the momment. And I don't think my editors want anything else though...
Making 3D models takes time, not as much as if i have to use them for a film or a game, and, because of the final utility, this models lack of too many details, and they have a lot a failures to be used professionally for animation. But, this models are a GREAT Help to make comics! doing scenes where you need to think where to put the camera and how the action is going to be seen, and if you're fast enough to make the 3D models on time, you will be able to get some incredible line renders to be used as sketches for clean up later, with pencil or ink! You would have more than half of the work solved with a 3D ship that you need to use several times! And, the best is, all remains original, because i do everything myself, and the comic book page has everything drawn and inked by me as always... I may post the complete process in the future!
Thank you for asking! I hope to hear from you soon!

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