Gravity-how it's made.

It wasn't easy not to open and taste those whiskies during the session. Yay :D Are you a whisky/whiskey fan? I certainly am. Let's hear which one you prefer the most:

Tullibardine Sovereign Whisky

Aberlour 12 Year Old Double Cask Matured Whisky

Bunnahabhain 12 Year Old Whisky


I checked what term is correct for spelling: whiskey or whisky: the drink that's been made in Scotland, Canada, or Japan, use the spelling without the e—whisky. When referring to drinks distilled in the United States or Ireland, use the e—whiskey.


I wanted to find out how to work with the three-dimensional shape, some colour papers, and the shadow's trick. It was important that the colours I use for each set need to be in harmony and generate the depth. Not easy, right?

I used the Adobe Color-wheel, such a great tool to get it right. https://color.adobe.com/create/color-wheel


I knew that I needed three colours, so I set the triad. I selected one of the primary colours of the label, and that gave me the selection. I picked the right papers, and I was ready to play with it. It was so much fun. I had to keep in mind that the saturated colour should not be on the main focus. After a few try, I was ready to shoot.