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June 14, 2022

 

                                


Commentary for June 14, 2022:

Chopping and changing between fully 3D backgrounds and sprite backgrounds like this may be a little jarring.

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Anyways, Iíve been doing a lot of close-ups in this chapter, largely because the 3D environments Iíve been using work better that way. Theyíre relatively confined spaces and not terribly conducive to wider shots. Close-ups help to hide the boundaries of the sets, as it were. There are cases where I still canít do that very well, like the corridors on the ship; theyíre simply too narrow for it, which is why there are panels like the one from page 38.02, which is the only interior shot in this chapter done at the usual zoom. I set up the 3D model of the corridor to imitate how itís done in a 2D side-scrolling videogame, though, and given that this is a sprite comic, that is good enough for me. I guess I just feel that a wide shot of a small number of characters close together is kind of a waste of space? Then again, word balloon spacing is so much easier if I allow that much empty space, so swings and roundabouts, I guess. Iím still figuring out a good balance.


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