2D or 3D?

Today's video shows off one of the absolute coolest features of working in the digital art world: the ability to incorporate 3D work into 2D illustrations. The video shows off the 3D model of Sarah's patient room as it's incorporated into an illustration from Chapter 2.

It's important to me that Dreamside is the most beautiful book it can be. But, working alone means figuring out intelligent alternatives to time-consuming production methods. If I want a complex environment, the detail might make it difficult, especially if that set is used many times. By creating 3D versions of the environments and working with software like Clip Studio, I can reduce the time it takes to redraw repetitive elements.

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