DavidSchwarz

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  • Don't worry, this quiz isn't finished yet! But the supply of well-known Next Generation characters is slowly but inevitably running out. Now I'd like to know, if there would be any interest in a quiz based on other TV shows or movies. Maybe there's…
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    (Quote from MrPoop)

    I always found the storyline about Britney Spears shooting off her head quite weird even for South Park and now there's a video game aimed at children with such a character???
  • I didn't eplicitly exclude them. But as the official characters already seem to be hard to guess, looking for a certain cosplayer would be a bit of a stretch. - Or are there cosplayers popular enough to be recognized who are deeply connected to a…
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    It seems I didn't keep the records of the evolution of my character design as well as I thought. I might have to reconcruct some intermediate steps, which could take some time.


    In the meantime, I will show you some sets I drew. Actually that mirrors
  • Maybe you don't accept cosplayers. - Although I myself am not a cosplayer, I think everybody who feels like consplaying should have the right to do so! :-P

    But you're right about Tasha Yar. - Mmm ... who could be next, maybe her?


  • It seems a Star Wars nerd is what comes closest to a Trekkie in this community. - You're right!



    This lady only was on Star Trek for a short time, but maybe someone knows her anyway.
  • So the extra time I granted didn't help. Maybe Dr. Pulaski isn't popular enough. This guy should be easier to guess because of his facial ornament. It doesn't look exactly like what he was wearing in the series, it seems here on SP-Studio there…
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    In my comics I wanted to create something completely original, both story-wise and design-wise. Because if you're aiming at publishing something, it's not a good idea to violate other people's copyrights. As I had already drawn a big part of the sets
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    Maybe one shouldn't disencourage the few people who are still taking part in the contest. And you never know how old the participants are.
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    So towards the end of my study I had finally found the mix of creative writing and graphic design I had been looking for so long. Overall, the work on those comics had been the most fulfilling experience in my life so far and I realized, I had found my
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    As a conclusion of my university-related comic experiences, I want to show you two additional quite elaborate establishing shots. In keeping with the season, they both show a winter scenery. They are from the first and third part of the story arc
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    You're right about A Christmas Carol! - Well, you have to be creative, when your resources are limited. But under such circumstances I'm normally the best.
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    A key advantage of drawing pictures as vector graphics is that in contrast to raster graphics you can modify and recolour elements with ease without a loss of quality - as long as you keep the working files. What is more, you can enlarge them without
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    I also experimented with distorting the SP-Studio characters themselves. This approach should become important again years later.





    This is Florence Hostel, a parody on Paris Hilton. She was only a background character without any real involvement in
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    Sometimes I wanted the characters to show more emotions. Like Bloggum's mom who is very proud of her boy's performance in the play. To achieve that, I changed the position of her arms.





    This might not look exactly impressive, but it made me
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    For this story I drew most of the set and props myself with only some objects stemming from the Open Clipart Library. And of course, the characters are still from SP-Sudio.




    It became a trademark of my stories to start with an establishing shot. They
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    Sometimes the story required the characters to take a different posture.





    This story was about cyberbullying and, well, attempted murder. This little girl is Lea who is rehearsing for a school play. In her role she is able to fly which is achieved
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    Then there where cases where the characters were supposed to interact more with each other, like Edgar and Stella here holding hands. I think, I did this in Photoshop, actually.




    I also drew the background here. For the Christmas decoration I
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    For certain objects that I drew myself, I also had to modify the characters. Here the hobbits are digging for their geocache, only to realize its owner never intended it to be found.





    There was no shovel available on SP-Studio, so I drew one
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    My first add-ons in InDesign were minor details like this:




    This unlucky guy downloaded music illegally. Of course, he got incarcerated for such a heavy crime. There were a prison uniform and even ball and chain for the character and a prison cell as