Ian is creating webcomics, and maybe someday animations.
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First day of the year, 2016. I started a site for myself at TWTales.com, I've always had a passion for creativity, and I just want to share stories with the world. I don't consider myself the most talented, but I figure the style is forgivable if the story is good. (Sometimes, I style paves it's own way as an acquired taste.) I started drawing in high school, and I don't feel like I've drawn as much since I got out. In some areas, I got better, in others, I got lazy. Acquiring new hardware, getting better with old software, and then just getting new software anyways, my style has seen it's history.



Spotted Anime Studio Debut 6 at Wal Mart one day. The character on front was South Park styled (which I didn't care about), but had some cute character results on the inside flap. Animation was always of intrigue, anyways, so I took it home and started working on that. I'm all the way up to Anime Studio Pro 9, and I feel I've gotten decent with the software. I'm yet to make anything of real merit, though, but someday I hope to be releasing full-length features. (First, I'd like a computer that isn't on the fringe of bluescreening.)






Blender is last to the scene. I've tinkered with it before, but haven't been as serious as I have been this final time. And this time, I'd say I'm making progress. I'm using a stock build with Windows XP, though, so there's not much I can really do, graphics-wise. All the other softwares are leaving me behind, and I need to catch up. Latest hardware allows for latest software, and having some top-shelf tools might allow for renewed drive and productivity.





Overall, your gracious support will promote an aspiring storyteller. Everything is fueled by a 40-hour dayjob, and while I'm grateful to be working full-time, it leaves me with little time and energy for what is currently the hobby. Your support will help the fuel. I'd be able to save up easier for better equipment, and if your support is generous enough, cut back on dayjob hours so I can devote more time to creativity.
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First day of the year, 2016. I started a site for myself at TWTales.com, I've always had a passion for creativity, and I just want to share stories with the world. I don't consider myself the most talented, but I figure the style is forgivable if the story is good. (Sometimes, I style paves it's own way as an acquired taste.) I started drawing in high school, and I don't feel like I've drawn as much since I got out. In some areas, I got better, in others, I got lazy. Acquiring new hardware, getting better with old software, and then just getting new software anyways, my style has seen it's history.



Spotted Anime Studio Debut 6 at Wal Mart one day. The character on front was South Park styled (which I didn't care about), but had some cute character results on the inside flap. Animation was always of intrigue, anyways, so I took it home and started working on that. I'm all the way up to Anime Studio Pro 9, and I feel I've gotten decent with the software. I'm yet to make anything of real merit, though, but someday I hope to be releasing full-length features. (First, I'd like a computer that isn't on the fringe of bluescreening.)






Blender is last to the scene. I've tinkered with it before, but haven't been as serious as I have been this final time. And this time, I'd say I'm making progress. I'm using a stock build with Windows XP, though, so there's not much I can really do, graphics-wise. All the other softwares are leaving me behind, and I need to catch up. Latest hardware allows for latest software, and having some top-shelf tools might allow for renewed drive and productivity.





Overall, your gracious support will promote an aspiring storyteller. Everything is fueled by a 40-hour dayjob, and while I'm grateful to be working full-time, it leaves me with little time and energy for what is currently the hobby. Your support will help the fuel. I'd be able to save up easier for better equipment, and if your support is generous enough, cut back on dayjob hours so I can devote more time to creativity.

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