So this is the complete range of my 3D Design re-packaging concept. As a line for children, it was very hard to come up with original flavours that would appeal to their pallets, and I suspect that the Key-Lime flavour may not be the most successful or popular, lol!
I will take a photo of the caramel packaging that I have actually constructed and post it later on. The actual template are hexagonal in shape, just like the original product, Koala No Marchi. But the Box Shot 3D program doesn't render anything other than square-rectangular shaped boxes, so this is the only way I can show you the entire flavour range.
Made for s journal comp.
The colours were just a splash but I hope they make the design a bit more clear than just the lineart would have. The lineart for this is HUGE btw the original size of this image is
1876x 9094 at 300dpi. It was constructed by drawing all the details on several a3 papers and glueing them together in pscs2.
Add to that dozens of layers and my computer was squealing like a it was about to die when I coloured this.
I wanted the weapon design to be something that makes the viewer wonder what it means. I don't do weapons often enough nowdays which is a shame because it's so much fun. With this and "Violinist of the Purgatory"[link]
I guess it's safe to say I'm totally into designs that have people in them.
I tried to upload this as a smaller size so that you could download the bigger version through the button but da didn't give me any options to the fullview size like it usually does
Oh well if you're using mozilla you can at least download it and zoom out in the browser to see the entire image. If anyone can help me with this technical problem I'd be very happy indeed.
I think I'll move this to scraps because the colours don't have my usual level of polish and work.
edit added reflection of the smoke I can't believe I made a mistake that silly