Mr. Deep Immersion’s resume was created using a whole lot of talent and a 3D printer.

Mr. Deep Immersion’s resume was created using a whole lot of talent and a 3D printer.

Resumes are typical in that they are a detailed description of past jobs and skills printed out on plain, white stationary. There may even be a CV to go with it, however one talented artist decided to add a bit of flash to his resume that guaranteed it wouldn’t go unnoticed.

Imgur user Mr. Deep Immersion was looking to get a job at Wizards of the Coast (a fantasy/sci-fi game publisher) and decided that sending a traditional resume would be lackluster to say the least. Having worked at Walt Disney Imagineering, he decided to build a themed resume in the fashion of magical stone tablets that, when broken open, reveal his wax-sealed resume within.

Finished 3D printed tablet before being primed and finished to look like granite.

Finished 3D printed tablet before being primed and finished to look like granite

He began his build by 3D printing the tablets, one side with text telling a story and the other with a glyph depicting a powerful new ally that brings excitement and prosperity to all. They were then primed and sanded down to a smooth finish, after which they were used as molds for casting them in breakaway plastic.

The plastic was actually used with a filler to give it a solid granite look, after which the trim and relief were painted a gold color to add to the fantasy effect.

The actual resume was printed on handmade paper with an old-world font, which adds to the overall fantasy aesthetic.

The actual resume was printed on handmade paper with an old-world font, which adds to the overall fantasy aesthetic.

The actual resume was created using raw handmade parchment and printed out using an old-world type font, which was then carefully folded, sealed with a wax stamp, and then sealed inside the tablets. Mr. Deep Immersion then built an old-style museum crate and filled it with a straw packing material to send the tablets directly to the CEO of Wizards of the Coast in hopes of a job.

To see the rest of the construction pictures, check out the Imgur gallery.

Surprisingly, after all the work to create his one of a kind resume, Immersion didn’t get the job, however the CEO loved his presentation and decided to pass along his impressive resume to other companies in the gaming industry.