D.X. Machina’s GTS-o-Rama

March 6, 2013

DÍA: Issue One: The Innocent Prisoner

Filed under: DÍA — D.X. Machina @ 6:54 pm

So I decided to make a graphic novel.

Do I know why? No. Why do I do anything? I’ve been literally making macrophile stuff for the internet for 17 years, which is longer than some of you who are too young to be reading my stuff but old enough to want to have been alive.

So as I said, I decided to make a graphic novel, but there’s only one hitch: I can’t draw to save my life.

So I used Daz3D instead.

The results so far have been interesting, and if nothing else, I’m having a lot of fun playing. And it’s let me get started on a story that I’ve had bouncing around in my head for a couple of years, so there’s that.

And even if you think it sucks, it’s free, so what do you care?

So sit back, relax, and enjoy the first issue of DÍA. And don’t worry; as per usual, I care about character development and scene-setting, so the action doesn’t really start until page 16, but it does exist, and it will ramp up in future issues. Swear.

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