But the apartment. I've had this space kicking around in my head since the game began, although it took a lot of restraint not to make it massive. I keep having to remind myself that, though the (fictional) building in which Gareth lives is an "artists' colony" which is geared towards low-rent living/working space for otherwise starving artists, I couldn't go all out. I must say, it was a great creative exercise, and I am much pleased with the result!
|An overview of the whole place. That window in the curtained-off bed space is where they saw the frosty footprint.|
|The entrance and garage doors. That's Wally's crash couch in the foreground, and an easel and work bench to the left.|
|The work area (no good objects for a welder, so it is empty space) and the "bedroom", sectioned off by curtains and a wardrobe.|
|And from the other side, showing the kitchen, washer/dryer, "living room", and a closet.|