The Night Guard

Books created from a 3D program on a tableThe 1980s room is becoming a very interesting project for which I am having to research and create a variety of room elements for the 3D image, as well as learning something about the 1980s in the United Kingdom.

Previously, to create 3D rooms, I used a book generation program or, alternatively, I would create books with a simple, generic, coloured cover. I decided, in an effort to make my work both more realistic and more meaningful, to create written media, that is covers for books, music, albums and what were then called films. The nice part about this is that I am, for the first time in many years, using more 2D techniques rather than three dimensional forms which I have used over the past five years.

The first book, is the Night Guard and you can see it in the illustration above. It is intended to be seen from the distance shown or further away and it is supposed to look like a conventional book when seen with a selection perhaps of other books, rather than being a particular model in its own right. The title and indeed the human character, were taken from the excellent and useful Daz character of the same name which is obtainable for Daz Studio.

If you wish, you can also see larger versions of this and, of course, my other designs and patterns for interiors on my Flickr page, a link to which is here.

About Mike
I design and create 3D interiors and mid-century inspired surface patterns

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