In December, I finally tired of my old computer and built a new one with certain performance enhancements in mind. Now that I have an 8-core CPU and a much faster machine overall, I've been enjoying some experimentation with various 3D rendering programs. It's interesting to discover that many of the software packages are actually either free or very inexpensive. Of course, it's then not a surprise that the models, poses, textures, wardrobes, and "components" that you require to produce anything but the most basic results from the software packages DO cost money. Quite a bit, if you're not careful.
So, here I go! Off on a new adventure. I've thrown a few landscapes together and worked with a few models and poses. Rather than blindly create totally random and unrelated illustrations, I decided to play around with a graphical novel sort of approach. This is where "Anna's Otherworld" comes in. I have written fiction in the past, but never in conjunction with illustrations. I'm excited to see where this leads.