Life is StrangeLife is Strange: True Colors is out today, and it's pretty safe to say we like it a lot here at GAMINGbible. The Deck Nine-developed, Square Enix-published narrative adventure, with the series' staple supernatural overtones, received a 9/10 score on these pages, with our reviewer Imogen Mellor writing: "True Colors made me feel as if I was within a CW show, and loving every minute of it."
To mark the game's release, Square Enix commissioned Clay Artisan Jay to create a model (well, ten of them) of True Colors' protagonist, Alex Chen. And as you can see from our video below, the process and the end result are something special.
What a satisfying watch that is, seeing Alex come together from sheets of clay, and the artist gently and purposefully adding indents, textures, lettering, real personality to what is, well, basically dirt, right? It's a wonder to see, it really is.
Before you ask: where can I get this wonderful thing, I have bad news for you. Square Enix sent these models out to a very select few people, and they're not available to purchase, more's the pity. Then again, looking at the effort that went into just one of these models, it'd be quite the impossible ask of the artist to create many more than they already have. You can find more of Jay's amazing work on their YouTube channel, covering famous footballers, Marvel characters, pop singers and more.
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