A Gentlemen’s Duel - just… brilliant!
Nothing special so far but this is my first render of the environment that you will be looking at. This is the setting of Eizens office. Work in progress.
OK this might seem like a lot but this is apparently the max amount of images your allowed to post at once haha. There are some 3d examples, I posted ‘The Amber Spy Glass’ cover image because it is a book that I read when I was younger and I loved the description of the spy glass. I will post a few more shortly.
Prepare yourself for some lovely images of telescopes, spy glasses and other things of the looky in the distancy genre. Hope you enjoy them.
This is the first rendition of Eizens puzzle box as a product sheet. This again has the paper effect added in Photoshop and has the plane version accompanying it.
This is my first version of Eizens puzzle box in 3d. The internals of this are accurate to the real thing and the materials are as close as I could get for the time being. Due to the current environment there is nothing for the brass texture to reflect and so it will not stand out until it is placed with the rest of Eizens belongings.
An animated version is to follow.
This is the first prop sheet I have put together detailing Eizen’s bureau, at the moment I am trying to decide between faking the paper effect in Photoshop and actually treating the paper after print.
The text used for the title is in a German style of calligraphy to match with the characters reasoning behind his name change.
The border is a traditional calligraphy border, I chose a font that would be easier read than the title font for the description. A second sheet that depicts the secrets detailed briefly in the description will follow this post in the next few days.