These colours are dark, dull and lifeless. These colours are my idea for the surroundings of the necromancer. Perhaps in a cave or somewhere in which the walls and floor are made out of solid stone or rock. There not being much light, or the rocks being dimly lit by the candles on the alter give off minute amounts of light. That’s why some of the colours are very dark. These are the colours that I have found when looking at different stones and rocks. These are the colours in which I think of when I think of necromancy. The green colour is from the spells and magic that is casted by the necromancer. Whenever they create potions or when you see the spells being cast, the one colour that comes to mind is green. I have added red in to the mix as well because red represents the dead, death and blood. All in which relate to necromancy. And last but not least you have the dark colours in which are scary colours, things you might see in scary games or see in scary situations.Usually when I think of necromancy, I think of things that they have lying around, also for my final major project I am thinking of having a wooden shelf in which will hold all of the weapons that a necromancer will use or have. These colours above show the dark rotten wood in which they use to store objects, or the crates and barrels in the background are made of. Most wooden assets look good, especially if you make it out of dark wood so it fits with the necromancy theme.Here is my diorama in which I am going to create for my final major project. it should contain most of the things that are shown above. The top three sections are the walls of the diorama. I have designed two different types of material I could have used for the wall. in this case I thought either the wood or the stone wall would suit the situation. If I use wooden walls it would look good to place a window in between and I could turn it into some sort of church themed diorama, where as a stone wall would look nice with a wooden showcase containing weapons.
For the ground i have come up with some smaller assets on the left hand side, which as you can see, include crates, barrels and vases. A more themes asset includes the test tubes, something in which a necromancer could use in order to create spells. If i use a wooden wall, a tiled marble floor would be a good texture to use. Whilst if I use stone, i would have to use something similar for the floor.
When you think of necromancy, you see the undead and spells being cast. I will hopefully attempt to create skulls to be placed on the table but I know that the shape is extremely hard to make. Candles so that the diorama is dimly lit. Also a book, this implies that it is a necromancer and that he s ready to cast spells and bring people back from the dead.