Beside all the resin, syringes and whatnot, a camera lies in wait. Its purpose is to bring the art to the world for
you all to admire.
As one whose pastime is playing with words, I always find myself fascinated by how pictures can make certain
designs come to life so vividly. And maybe, you will as well, after this.
In making artisan keycaps, we source inspiration from the world around us and give it a twist of our
own personality. Nature not only provides the theme, but it also makes available the world for our creation.
Take this log as an example, it just so happens to be in the garden and it so happens to be fantastic on
set as well.
"FINE, I'LL DO IT MYSELF"
Indeed, such convenience isn't always so usual. In these situations, we create the keycaps, and their
natural habitats as well. If you want something done right, do it yourself. Such as in the case of Deep
Dive, where we used clay handmade tentacles as props.
IT'S A BATTLEFIELD
Or rather, a miniature reenactment of it. But still we have lots of fun playing around.
Barren land, the fluttering embers and the weeping chars, the final result doesn't get more weeb than this!
THE WORLD FOR KEYCAPS
Unlike us humans, keycaps need keyboard switches to move around (mostly just up and down, tho).
Which means the keycap version of the Earth should look something like this.
THE INHOUSE BEACH
This is one of the longest shoots to set up. We first
SMOKE & VAPOR
The camera guy “appropriated" Bard's
You may know this but apparently, keycaps dont's have leg's! So to make them stand up for ceremonial
photoshoots, we use blu-tasks!
And, they don't have wings either! So to make them "float", we learn from the best in Hollywood: a wire!
Possibly the most revolutionary invention ever.
As also instructed by the experts of Hollywood, we must, by technological-advanced and blockchain-based methods,
remove said wire.