I rely entirely on your contributions to keep this site alive.
I've done two comics for Wired magazine in the year 2003.
In the words of Igor Stravinski, "It is too late to ask where we are going."
I've spoken on panels at Comic-Con International the past few years, and at the South by Southwest Conference in 2000.
If I had my druthers, Electric Sheep would be my fulltime job. As it stands, I've got to work most of my day to pay the bills, or, as is increasingly more common, spend most of the day searching for employment.
Most of the comix on e-Sheep are hand drawn on with ink on paper (totally analog!) and scanned into Photoshop to be shaded and colored. All of e-Sheep is created on an Apple iMac, supplemented with a Wacom drawing tablet.
My workhorse is Adobe Photoshop. Also helpful is Adobe Illustrator. All 3d work is modeled and rendered in either Bryce (for landscapes and objects) or Poser (people and characters). HTML is written using BBEdit.
I try, but I can't make any guarantees.
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It's a reference to Philip K. Dick's classic novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?. (A film version of this book, titled Blade Runner, was released in 1982.)
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