I wanted the overall astethic to be round, soft and bulbous. Something different from my usual sharp and angular modelling. I wanted all the models to look like they were caked in thick snow or made of marzipan. I also wanted it to be very exaggerated with a huge, top heavy tower with four giant lanterns hanging from the north, south, east and west. To counter the top heavy design, I purposely made the windows and doors bottom heavy. All the windows and doors are wide and sharp at the bottom while curved and narrow at the top. Finally the colour choice was simple, to use the branding colours of white, grey and orange of Windmill Lane Studio. To show it's a VFX studio, the workshop is filled with tv's and reels but also Photoshop, Illustrator and After Effects icons such as the pen tool, polygon lasso and Text tool.