. . . Was loved by the player.
The player was playing a heroine that is missing an arm and both her legs. She had cybernetic prostheses made for her arm and legs and went crime fighting with her boyfriend, Frosty. However, Frosty was lost in Siberia when she turned 18 and started College.
Now a Theatre Major, she was preparing for the dress rehearsal of A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum. On the way there she bumped into Richard (a different version of Nucleon) who was carrying a lot of books. His important books were the Bible and a book on Quantum Physics and he was on his way to his car.
While at the theatre, she prepared the actress who is playing Philia by getting her into costume. The only thing weird was that the actress had a crush on Nucleon and she had a bandaged calf. The play had a run through and the Director was giving notes on the dress rehearsal, telling everyone that they were terrible. She slipped out and met with Richard again.
The two went out for ice cream, and they discussed the Justin Beiber fandom and compared it with Superman and Batman's fandom. He asked about Nucleon, and she couldn't deal with Nucleon's sense of out of date style. In fact, the player character said she would manhandle Superman for his outdated style.
Trouble, however, started in the Art Museum outside, and Richard conveniently went to the bathroom because he said he was a coward. The player stalked off to the Art Museum, talked to the cops which mentioned a Werewolf wearing a sports bra and woman's runners briefs (a.k.a. bloomers or bun huggers). She went in to take care of the Werewolf herself.
While in there, she met Nucleon, who asked if he could help. She grudgingly accepted and the two tracked the werewolf to the Renaissance Gallery where she was holding ten hostages and threatening to bite all ten of them in order to pass on her lycanthropy. The fight started with the player character making a gesture and the werewolf started attacking her.
Well she punched the wolf in mid-air and threw her to the wall. Nucleon put the wolf in a bubble of air while he went to see about the hostages. The bubble popped and the wolf landed on Nucleon's head. Which the wolf enjoyed way too much. After some attempts to grab her tail, the player character kidney punched the wolf, pulled her off and slammed her against the wall again. Knocked out, the PC strangled the werewolf until she passed out, and they delivered her to the police.
Nucleon dropped the girl off at the school Swimming Pool, which was insensitive as far as the PC was concerned and the PC went back to take a shower and get into bed. The adventure ends with her dorm mate telling her that she set up a double date with Josh and Richard for them.
and the Player ate up all that.
As 3D artists, we are dealing with pure electrical energy. But that is the key, Energy. According to Physics, Energy is the ability to perform work. According to Spirituality -- Energy is the key to everything. Everything is energy -- a quantum wave of unimaginable possibilities.
Human beings here on Earth (and other intelligent, thinking beings elsewhere in the Universe) all possess Intelligence. They vibrate at certain frequencies and can change their vibrations at will. When a human being dies, his or her consciousness jumps to a higher energy level, while their body becomes an organic sculpture that is readily decomposed. Element are things that can be changed. To put it simply, Intelligence are things that Act, and Element are things that are acted upon. Basically, humans have the ability to collapse the Quantum Wave in an infinite number of patterns -- there is nothing a human being cannot do, cannot have, and cannot be. They can do it Consciously (and become the thing that Athiests don't believe in), or they can do it Unconsciously (and become the thing that Athiests believe in). Everything is in waves, we just change the unobserved into the observable.
Energy is infinite in the Universe, it's all around us, waiting to be used. Computer 3D Artists sculpt energy into what they want to do with it. That's all they do.
So, I don't know why there is division among 3D Artists. All 3D Artists work in the EXACT same medium and they use the EXACT same creation process. Thought -> Visualization -> Emotion -> Action -> Manifest. Some 3D Artists have a quicker workflow: their workflow from thought to Manifestation is in minutes to hours (they use models purchased from stores like DAZ 3D and Renderosity). Other 3D Artists have a slower workflow (they do everything from scratch up and work in Maya, 3D Studio, Mudbox, ZBrush, and Cinema4D). Their workflow from thought to Manifestation is in days (measured in months and years).
Other artists use Energy as their primary medium, but they also work with matter. Sculptors of Marble just take away the excess stone. Clay sculptors just shape and mold clay. Painters brush oils, acrylics, and watercolors on paper or canvas. People who make bronze statues just need to pour the molten bronze into molds. People who draw take pencil to paper, and on down the line. Computer 3D Artists work in absolute pure Energy. As long as there are electrons, and electricity (which is energy), we can create anything and have it with Artistic value.
Energy is the ultimate plastic medium. It can take any shape, any color, any shade, any value. Matter, which is spent energy, has to be coaxed to be molded. Energy can be readily molded, shaped, sculpted, cut, formed, kneaded, cooked, baked, rendered, and whatever else to take the shape you need it to be.