Wow, the detail of this is amazing. This sort of feels like it belongs as a part of the Clue board game, as it feels there's many subtle signs to things. For instance, there's light coming into the room and there's also two lamps on, indicating that the assumed dead body has been there awhile (since night). The rope coming out the end of the body would suggest a struggle, potentially aiming for suicide, which if the blanket/tarp wasn't over the body, could quite possibly be the reason because of the chandler right above (assuming the chandler wouldn't buckle under the individuals weight). There's a few things in the room that might pinpoint someone searching the room (before or after) the death of the person, such as the unlocked and open drawer and the open case near the chair.
This is truly a marvelous piece. Something that I feel I'll definitely look back on from time to time, and probably always get this same "clue mystery board game" feeling . Great work! Really loving this. Also, I completely agree with Txteclipse on wishing there was a larger version. Though, as [s]/he said, probable of it being stolen sadly
There's so much detail here, I wish I could see a larger version. I know someone would probably try to steal it though which sucks. Regardless, there's a bunch of little things I noticed. Why is that drawer unlocked and open? Why does the dead person appear to have a rope attached to their body, possibly a noose? The open book on the chair implies that someone was sitting there, calmly reading. Where they the murderer or the murdered?
Me encanta el contraste de la escena. Si eliminamos el crimen podemos ver un lugar pacifico y tranquilo, con un aura acogedora, pero con el cuerpo hay un giro muy llamativo, debido a que no es una clįsica escena llena de sangre y desorden.
En definitiva, un hermoso contraste entre el orden y el caos.
=================================================== I love the contrast of the scene. If we eliminate the crime we see a peaceful and quiet place with a welcoming aura, but the body is a striking twist, because it is not a classic clutter scene full of blood.
Definitely, a beautiful contrast between order and chaos.
Fantastic! Well deserved DD. I don't want to take away from how awesome it is with crass commercialism, but this would be great for a Hidden Objects Game. I actually would enjoy looking at this just to look at the whole thing and all the wonderful details. Faving, watching!
Omj. He was drunk. I see a bottle of liquor on the desk, and why is there no seat at the desk? Probably because he stumbled over something while trying to open the desk thingy and as he fell, he got himself wrapped in the curtains and so was struggling because somehow the belt thingy got itself round his neck, and as he struggled he ripped the map off the wall thingy and he tightened the belt a lot while struggling and theeeeen, he died! Mystery solved!
I know what happened! The victim struggled a lot. See the sheet he's wrapped in? That's because the killer either killed him and wrapped him in the CURTAINS, not sheets, or while he struggled with something, he got himself wrapped in the sheets and fell over. That's why it doesn't add up like.... Why the lamps are on and yet the curtains aren't closed. The belt thing could mean he was strangled to death. Actually, this doesn't look quite like a murder at all. (Probably is tho)
hmm... last night, someone came in the office, killed the guy there, looked through some things and took what was locked in the drawer? Since there's somene on the floor, an opened drawer with the key in it, that thing against the wall is opened, and the lamps are on while sunlight is pooring through the window. though... I'm still not sure about the person, where the sheet thing came from and if there's a belt or something near their head, or if the phone has been disabled or not.
Lights are on, but it is bright morning. The killing took place the night before. Killer searched for something, book on chair was the deceased reading before being assaulted? Where is Sherlock when you need him?