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|Gina Nanogirl Miller|
Lazarus is fully illustrated by computer generated 3 dimensional artwork. Lazarus is a tale of nanotechnology, immortality and one man's quest to discover the truth. Read a full length interview with the author including color photos at City Weekly: www.cityweekly.net/utah/blog-3889-gina-miller.html
Gavin: How did the idea come from to write a graphic novel?
Gina: Before my animation work I was very focused on nanotechnology, I developed a web portal and nanotechnology news service. This is why you will sometimes see this topic in my artwork and animations. Nanotechnology is an emerging science that is on a scale so small you can not see it with the human eye. It is one billionth of a meter. If fully developed nanotechnology could provide some amazing benefits to humanity. For example: cures for diseases, one could have nanobots roaming the body and repairing any nasty viruses or cancer cells. Nanobots could be sent out into the atmosphere to repair pollution. Nanotechnology could also help fight starvation via molecular food synthesis. Before I began the graphic novel I had watched a lot of movies and read books where humans build a great technology, then this technology turns against humanity and endangers it. I knew that I would like to see a story where it wasn't so black and white. As I progressed with my own art I began thinking why can't I make that story.
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About the author: Gina "Nanogirl" Miller (www.nanogirl.com) is a digital artist and 3D animator.
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