Elden Ring Paper Model Recreates Leyndell #ArtTuesday
How are you filling your time till the next Elden Ring DLC drops? Paper artist Sky Burkson has opted to dive into his own world creation. This immaculate model of Lyendell The Royal Capital is made almost entirely of paper! Picked up by Kotaku:
While the model captures the visual identity of the Elden Ring location, it also brings a little bit of the ambiance with it. Burkson also built in a light like the Erdtree, a giant, glowing tree that exists in Elden Ring’s open world. There are other lights throughout the piece, which are placed in different sections to look like burning flames. So the detail is not just in sculpting the buildings and brickstone, but in capturing its essence as a place.
Read more! and see more details from Burkson’s Instagram and Twitter where you can see some great process shots and extreme closeups. The details are wild!
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