Monthly Archives: August 2013

Not Just Another Webcomic

In our current phase for senior project, we explain our idea as a “3D modeled webcomic with animation.”  At first this sounds rather confusing (that’s why one of our next steps will be re-writing our explanation). Our project willtechnically be a webcomic. It will have a dedicated website and the whole mess of other stuff you… Read more »

Friends Group

It is always great working with someone you are friends with.  Stating the obvious, it means you get along relatively well. Hopefully do not have to carry 90% of the workload, since you have friends that actually care about you. Apart from that, the work environment is lightened by the ability to casually joke around during… Read more »

A Minor Setback

With Summer term winding to a close, the team has found itself coming closer and closer to finalizing the first major stage of pre-production.  We have created character bibles, a vault of possible comic strips and short animations, and our character designs.  The first stage of pre-production was finally coming to an end, or so… Read more »

Lean Mean Designing Machine

As project manager of the great team behind Coffeebot: An Online Series, I am in charge of setting up milestones and deadlines. Once I was aware I would be the PM, I instantly knew how I was going to structure our production/design process. As mentioned on our website and in previous articles, I am not… Read more »

Preparing Hyperspace Jump, Sir!

Coffeebot: An Online Series.  So far it’s still in the pre-production phases of development – which is okay, since we’re still ahead of schedule. Everything’s getting closer. But let’s talk about some  long term stuff we haven’t gotten to yet. Stuff that, right now, is all hypothetical, but when we get to it, it’ll be… Read more »