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Presented By: Brian Haberlin, comic book creator and illustrator
Originally Recorded On: Thursday, February 28, 2013
Time: 11:00AM PST
Join us as we share the presenter's stage with Poser master Brian Haberlin, co-creator of “Witchblade” and the driving force behind the technological marvel “Anomaly”. A blending of beautiful illustration in print, with an augmented reality in 3D, Anomaly relies heavily on Poser and Poser content to deliver it's fantastic story.
Brian will reveal his pipeline and illustration process which combines Poser and Photoshop to produce hundreds of incredibly stylish images found on every page of the coffee table book. You’ll learn some clever new techniques for creating imagery for graphic novels and comics that have a painterly style, with a foot firmly placed in the world of 3D and Poser.
In addition to gaining some useful new digital 3D illustration skills and a creative perspective on Brian's process, you'll be inspired by the magnitude of the Anomaly project and discover how critical Poser's role was in the production.
Attend the webinar and be entered for a chance to win your very own copy of Anomaly! (Open to residents of the contiguous United States only.)
Brian Haberlin is an award winning comic book creator, writer, illustrator, fine artist and educator. He co-created the popular Witchblade comic and his latest project, the award-winning 368-page graphic novel, Anomaly.
Brian has also created numerous other comic titles from Hellcop to Captain Wonder and is a contributor to 3d World and ImagineFX magazine. He owns and creates tutorials for digitalarttutorials.com and his work can be seen in a permanent collection at the Smithsonian Museum.
This webinar was originally recorded on February 28, 2013
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