So this was one of my last briefs of my course. It was called a "fashion" brief, but that was a generic term for a retail pack, where we had to produce a catalogue, a point of sail display, swing tags, and a press ad for a relevant publication.
I was allowed to utilise my previous work with Paperpokés in this more or less open brief, which was cool and certainly would have saved me a tonne of time, in terms of the photography aspect, but of course, I had to do things the hard way, and I re-photographed the remaining pokes I had in the house and built a brand new model!
So, this retail pack has a the pre-printed template, a catalogue with recent/related models and and order form, model information, model building tips and hints, company information, and a certificate of authenticity. It would have also come with a USB thumb drive containing all the digital files attached to it if I had more time. Pity Nintendo would knee-cap us in a heartbeat if we ever did try to sell these, lol!
This is the fourth Gengar I have built, and how could anyone not love this one, especially with this awesome expression. And, yes, it has a completely open cavernous mouth, which is amazing!