Not bad at all. I would add some plants to the ground and trees in the background.
I added more tree's and other props to the render, what do you think?
If you're trying to keep a stiffy while you work, setting up multiple scenes and different poses and angles detracts from that. If you've got limited-functionality scenery, like a room with only 3 walls, staying within those confines adds to the work aspect, and takes away some of the fun.
Then again, keeping that balance, or putting the reader into a state of constant flux, may actually be appreciated by the more mature audiences, particularly those who read erotic novels where the only pictures are on the cover and in their mind.
I love this, I totally agree.
I know that this is a very hard skill to master but with time I guess it should get easier. I hope.
Oohs and ahhs and grunts in callout balloons are usually just there because the author wanted it there, or couldn't think of anything else to put there. The viewer knows, or at least should have some idea, what sounds are made during sex. Others may wish to imagine their own sounds. Giving them "hints" in bubbles breaks it for them.
If the scene isn't animated, then comic-style yellow-orange boxes with text explaining the graphic details will keep it from being just a rendered fuck scene, and won't be as cheesy as the noise balloons. "Mary slides her throbbing cock deeper into Jenny's tight, pink hole, moaning softly as Jenny's pussy quivers along her shaft. Jenny bites her lip and pants as Mary's rod grinds against her throbbing clit, and her knees shake as she struggles to hold herself up."
That sorta thing in a text box is usually good enough.
Granted you can see the action, or at least a still image of it, but the text helps to convey a sense of motion, and the viewer builds a frame-by-frame in their head.
That sounds good.
Totally up to you - like you said, with sex narrative is largely unnecessary. I only added a few narratives, mostly when characters were cumming. My set is in the store under Gator3D.
Disclaimer - I am a n00b at the comics myself, but will follow a style I like.
Yea that's what I was thinking, thanks.
I am working on an Adult fantasy 3D Visual Story/Comic.
I have written all of the text apart from the narrative for the actual sex scenes.
This is because the viewer will be able to see the sex happening via renders and so explaining would be unnecessary.
I will however include speech text on some of the renders if the character is saying something.
Is this a good idea?:idea::idea::huh:
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