Tuesday, 4 December 2012
Making some headway with the modelling.
These little bottles are going to be
The good thing about boxes is you can pretend they're full of things without actually showing any of it.
No, it's not a toothpick, it's actually a very simple fertility charm from, I believe, Neolithic Turkey. Don't quote me on that, though.
A slightly Art Deco coffee table, perhaps from a cafe in a distant land.
A writing desk, the simplicity of which implies that it's military issue.
A dog collar; I imagine it belonged to a dog he befriended, now long dead.
This is actually a Russian orthodox Easter egg, or an equivalent in whatever alternate universe in which the soldier lives.
One roundhead helmet, almost certainly stolen.
This is an inkwell, but it can double as one half of a cruet set.
Yes, it's supposed to have those ridged. I think it looks neat.
Shelves, because books need homes too.
There will be a cloth over this to make it look a bit comfier.
In honour of Chrissie, this teapot shall be blue. Also dear god I need to fix that handle.
Those legs are almost certainly not military issue.
I will probably 'fill' this with planes with bump maps attached to cut down on modelling (and render) time.
Because vases are easy to build.
And the beginning of the actual lair itself.
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