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Julia Wong
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Reviewer 1:

Considering that the author's a novice Adobe user, the renderings of Hatshepsut is done really well! I like that the author did background research on both Hatshepsut and the Egyptian art style while designing the sarcophagus. The only thing missing is the design of the sides of the sarcophagus - it seems like that's part of the sarcophagus that users would be paying a lot of attention to, so I wish there's more design to that! The current rendering just shows blank sides, and the whole sarcophagus would look more together and cohesive if the sides are more decorated.

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Reviewer 2:

This was a really thorough analysis and execution of this portion of the concept. It was great that you provided background information and the reasoning behind design decisions! A few comments- the start of the age range for Open World is older than that of Boda Borg/5 Wits, so you may want to modify the sizing accordingly instead of sizing to children. Would 5 players still be able to fit in the room? You mentioned that 2 players would be able to, but up to 5 at a time can go inside the room- just make sure that the sizing is adjusted accordingly.

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Reviewer 3:

Great work using resources to get an authentic look. The illustration looks awesome, yet the hand looks like they are missing something to grab.

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Reviewer 4:

Great rendering of the sarcophagus. I like the details in the color palate and tying the symbolism back to ancient Egypt. The pharaoh looks feminine but is clearly a ruler. The only thing I would add is something for her to hold. King Tut is the quintessential sarcophagus and is holding some sort of rod in his fists.

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