A few years ago, a coworker and I came up with a comic series that sounded GREAT! We never did anything more with it than make a few logos on the computer and a t-shirt.
Since then, he's moved on to other companies and I've moved to New Jersey. But I still always think about how great this comic could be.
I compare it in my head to the style of Johnny the Homicidal Maniac. I read the graphic novel twice. It was brilliant!
Mentally, my comic runs on a few simple concepts, nothing extravagant, and I think it could be quite enjoyable to make and to read.
I've struggled like crazy on how to start it off, what medium to use, how to protect it and anything else that one's mind would wander off to with it.
So, I finally found something called DAZ Studio. It's a 3D figure posing and animation tool, and it's FREE! DAZ Productions offers a ton of models to use as well (pay for and free models) right there on the site. I figure this will help get me started as it's been since college when I last tried to make any 3D graphic designs.
I also downloaded Blender (also free) so I can try my hand at 3D modeling.
I'm very excited about both of these software packages! And, again, both were FREE!
As I create content, I will post it to this site for all to see.