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Tag: Hamlet’s Breed

[silent:SUNDAY]:[act2/scene1:TEMPERAMENT & MOOD]

This time we’d like to show you how we solve the emotional setting of our Silent Gone:First, we decide whether our character is a passive or active one (perpetrator, i.e. witch hunter, or a victim, i.e. a witch) depending on a web search (based on your geolocation).The next parameter we are setting up is the status of the character (appearing, walking, standing etc.) and getting his emotional status. Knowing this,…

[morbid:MONDAY]:[act2:VICTORIAN ERA]

The classical Victorian “art” style came up when Prince Albert, Queen Victoria’s husband, died of typhoid in 1861. From this moment on, the Queen wore only black clothes – simple, but elegant – and influenced the dress code at funerals until today. But not only fashion was influenced by Queen Victoria: Architecture, fine arts and literature was seen as more profound. Approximately at this time, the style of funerals changed:…

[silent:SUNDAY]:[act1:A LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS]

When designing our ghosts we asked ourselves: How would such a creature look like, and how would it act/interact with our world? Well, after a lot of research, we found out that some physicists think that ghosts (if they exist) behave like old, fading photographies, meaning that they look like a collection of light points, maybe a little bit blurry or wishy-washy. Experimenting a lot with different styles brought us…

[morbid:MONDAY]:[act1:MESOPOTAMIA]

The first confirmed burials in ancient Sumeria happened around 5000 BC. They believed in an after-life, described as a land beneath earth (aka land of the living).Usually, they buried their deceased in constructions in the ground next to their home (you remember after-life: near to earth), so the grave could be often visited and food was brought to it, news were told, and so on. Cremation was unusal, because the…