The gallery was my overarching project for the final year of my undergraduate degree. It aimed to showcase several portraits throughout the history of art as a 3D educational experience. The gallery was inspired by a neo-antique style, which combined cracking upholstery and vintage frames with contemporary art and wallpaper. Every asset began as a box model in Maya, before having further details added in ZBrush to add to their realism. On the bookcase alone there are 25 different styles of book. I was responsible for every aspect besides the modelling of the fireplace, ashtray, bear rug and deer head, which were by a fellow student Daniel Hennessy. That includes the bonus Mondrian spoof and Art Nouveau-inspired piece which ties in with the other early 20th-century art on the wall! Pride of place, however, hangs all my portraiture sculpts, which spin around in their own painted world. The gallery presented itself as a great opportunity to integrate some set dressing and hard surface work into my degree, as well as being an interesting way to showcase my models of the academic year. Eventually, I hope to add more models to my wall and make the experience interactive for educational purposes.