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Review Fix Exclusive: Drew Spence Talks ‘Force Six

October 17, 2019 Leave a comment
Force Six – Blades and all…

Review Fix chats with “Force Six, The Annihilators” creator Drew Spence, to find out what inspired the comic. Revealing what else he’s working on, Spence lets us know his career in comics is just beginning.

Review Fix: What inspired the look and feel of Force Six, The Annihilators?

Drew Spence: I started creating comics as a kid and was influenced by, well everything! I loved Sci-fi, fantasy and martial arts. I watched movies, read comics, played D&D [the Dungeons and Dragons tabletop game], video games and adventure books. The Annihilators switched genres for almost every story so, as an adult revisiting this comic, I needed a universe that could accommodate all those settings and angles and still make some kind of sense.

Review Fix: What about using CGI over traditional media? Where did that come from?

Spence: I would see these robots and figures in overseas catalogues, the toys and models and wanted that exact look for my art so I started scanning the pictures and turning them into comics. That started my experiments in photo manipulation. I did a good number of comics, but I still needed more control. I filmed a season of Mark of the Griffin (a live action web series) and used the still frames to make a comic.  I came across John Byrne’s Star Trek New Visions and realized the overall potential.

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Character Development for Visual Stories

September 21, 2019 Leave a comment

If you’re building a 3D character, have you struggled to find a consistent method to make sure they are distinctive and recognizable? Or are you just using trial and error….feeling your way to a possible result?

Drew Spence has solid experience in building dozens of 3D characters, including those for his Force Six Annihilators graphic novel series.  In this tutorial, he’ll show you his approach to developing distinguished and memorable characters, with Daz Studio at the heart of his workflow.

Included is a bonus tutorial that provides a great foundation for understanding basic elements of a character as well as character archetypes.

Content for this 3D Character Development Tutorial Includes..

  • Building your story world
  • Identifying characters and roles
  • Who is your character design aimed at?
  • Character strengths and weaknesses
  • Define the character’s “look and feel”
  • 15 Recommended products for developing characters in Daz Studio.
  • Writer and reader perceptions of characters
  • Making the character distinctive
  • Real world checks on your character
  • Dealing with an ensemble of characters

Bonus tutorial : Creating Compelling Characters by Peter von Stackelberg (part 1 only)

  • Our understanding of the characters is shaped by the actions they take
  • Elements to understanding a character
  • Key Properties of Characters
  • The Characters Populating Your Storyworld
  • Major, Minor and Placeholder Characters
  • Character Archetypes
  • Avoiding Clichés and Stereotypes
  • Raising the Emotional Stakes
  • Why is it important that characters be distinctive?
  • What makes a character distinctive looking?
  • What keeps characters from looking distinctive?
  • Purposeful Resemblances
  • Challenges In Distinctive Features
  • How characters are typically differentiated
  • Ways to test your cast’s distinctiveness

You can find other series that Drew Spence has created with Digital Art Live for purchase in the Daz Store. https://www.daz3d.com/digital-art-live You can take classes, watch tutorials and attend webinars and much more https://digitalartlive.com/events/

Force Six Ace Nuckolls review

Comic writer and blogger Ace Nuckolls shares his reaction to Force Six Season I. Follow him on twitter https://twitter.com/wittyusername14 adnd support his Magnus the Brave comic on kickstarter! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/… Thanks for the look! Force Six is available on comiXology. https://www.comixology.com/The-Dynami… Support through Patreon/ https://www.patreon.com/TheDynamicUni…

Comic Tropes features our artwork!

Chris P. from Comic Tropes featured our fan art at the end of his weekly show. Shazam! The Rise and Fall of Captain Marvel check it out.

And we even won the Gachapon. What a great week. Thank you Comic Tropes!

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Force Six Season I Wallpapers

Desktop Wallpaper package

Drew Spence from The Dynamic Universe drops a bundle of wallpapers from Force Six, The Annihilators Season I. The Redder Coltrane story arc took lead as the main plot line. In episode 10, Forced ENDtry, we saw the true series opener as the Force Six cadre was introduced. There are digital re-masters, bonus art and found images all re-worked into this fine collection of desktop wallpapers.

Package contains

22 Images – resolution 1920 x 1080 [300 DPI]

Free for our Patreon and...

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And a FREE SAMPLER can be found on our Deviant Art page.

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The Disclaimer: This product is offered as a limited license.

You may not:
a) Re upload or host these files on any site or server.

b) Redistribute these files for any purpose- even for promotional reasons.

c) Resell or offer as bonus content for any other work or product.

Drew Spence is a graphic comic writer and illustrator from the United States. He creates under the title of The Dynamic Universe. He has combined his music and video into several works- including Mark of the Griffin, which is both a graphic novel and web series. He’s also part of the instrumental group Fallout Shelter which provides the soundtrack.

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Force Six The Annihilators The Incendiary Live recap

Drew Spence, The creator of the Force Six, The Annihilators comic series recaps and goes over the Season II story arc the Incendiary.  This series and more are available on comiXology.

https://www.comixology.com/The-Dynamic-Universe/comics-publisher/12027-0

And ISSUU

https://issuu.com/producersedge

It’s a twist of flaming fates and turning temperatures as Force Six member Kojin Ahsaguri takes on three -for two reasons and only one will survive. Force Six episodes 19, 20 and 21 are combined into one hot adventure. 96 pages, full color.  Series created and illustrated by Drew Spence.

Drew Spence is a graphic comic writer and illustrator from the United States. He creates under the title of The Dynamic Universe. He has combined his music and video into several works- including Mark of the Griffin, which is both a graphic novel and web series. He’s also part of the instrumental group Fallout Shelter which provides the soundtrack.

https://www.comixology.com/The-Dynamic-Universe/comics-publisher/12027-0

and ISSUU https://issuu.com/producersedge

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Dealing with the Boring Parts of Your Comic

Dealing with the Boring Parts of Your Comic

Wild in the Fallout Shelter. Drew Spence, the creator of the Force Six and Killer Butterfly comic series, speaks on the ‘boring’ parts of your comic. There’s a desire to rush past the lulls and jump straight to the action. He speaks as a creative and suggests the pauses are necessary to prime the reader for the action – to give meaning to the melee.  The Panel previews are from Force Six season III episode 24 The Misused Muse. Don’t forget to subscribe and activate those notifications.

You can find the more technical webinars based on 3D and comic art at the Daz Store under the Digital Art Live Magazine vendor.

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