Transformation from Comic to 2D, Then the 3D Approach: Character Representation of Old Master Q
Old Master Q is one of the most significant idols which existed for more than 40 years since its first publication in a newspaper in 1961. Old Master Q is not a superhero figure but he is remarkably famous among Chinese nationals in Chinese communities across Asia and North America. This paper studies the transformation and development of this character from comic strips, to a cartoon personage, and finally, the high-end 3D computer generated character.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2007-03-01
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