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Introducing Motion Books to deviantARTApr 2, 2013by +spyed
Visit #Madefire on deviantART
I am very excited to announce a strategic partnership between deviantART and Madefire, the leading Motion Book application in Apple’s App Store. (iPhone & iPad)
Together with Madefire, we are releasing the Madefire Web Reader on deviantART in a new category on our front-page called "Motion Books.” You will immediately find a dozen Madefire Motion Books there, with more books released each Wednesday.
Browse Motion BooksTM
deviantART & Madefire are und
This is a whole new ball game on an entirely new field bringing us closer to full digital media. I'm sure there will be problems in the beginning. So its good DA is not rolling this out to the entire public yet but a little at a time. Liam Sharp, professional artist, is backing this and has been using the MADEFIRE tool over a year for his Captain Stone comic book. Liam loves it and believes it will be amazing. I think this is a fantastic opportunity opening a new door to creativity and closer to a, if not true, direct market.
What if all the professional artist were to go this route?
What would happen to the major publishers?
Will there be any need for paper publication?
Will there be a frenzy among DA members to create their own creative studios?
(I may consider a colorist and writer colab haha)
Your thoughts and comments please.
I wonder what stories I should work on now?