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scene215
11-29-2004, 04:10 AM
I was wondering if there are childrens books that use 3d for their illustrations and if anyone here was created 3d for childrens books. Were they profitable to the creator/artist? And does the 3d imagery appeal to the children more/less then traditional 2d illustrations? I have 3 childrens books on my plate right now and with all creative control I am debating on which platform to undertake. I of course will make a visit to the kiddie section when I go to the bookstore next for research but I wanted some other artist's point of views on this.

Thanks.

***Oops looks like I put this in the wrong forum. Started a new on in the General Discussions. Sorry Mods.*****

thematt
11-29-2004, 07:19 AM
YEs there are definetly some that use it, but keep in mind that for illustration, 2d is still way faster !!!

cheers

BiGMaCHiNe
11-29-2004, 10:57 AM
I think a combination of both. But that would be my workflow.

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