On Feb. 26, Denmark’s TV2 needed an over-the-shoulder shot for a report on the conflict in Syria, and some production assistant gave the control room a screengrab from the original Assassin’s Creed (which features the city prominently) Apparently it’s this one, from the game’s unofficial…
Books. The tales from Shakespeare one has an inscription dating back to 1904. I picked it up from a market stall for a fiver a few years ago. The others were ones my university were throwing out. Can’t say I’ve read any of them.
Rendered using 3dsmax and mentalray. As always, any suggestions are appreciated. :)
“This vessel, this tomb containing nothing wandering on a random pulse of light has always existed. Tomorrow, or the day after tomorrow, it will appear among the fixed and stable constellations of night. Even now it approaches from [limitless] possibility. All random journeys all the immortal corridors begin and end in the vaulted space of Earth’s night, under the vagrant light of stars.”