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Animated Lowpoly Sub

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3dsmax & photoshop
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riyoko07's avatar
Hello! I am fan of your works and i am glad that i came across your DA account weeks ago.
I just learned how to use 3d programs and I currently use Blender. I would like to ask how do I achieve
a pixel-y feel on my 3d works , like this one? Hope you can help me. Thank you so much. Regards,.
irismuddy's avatar
incredibllleee
Nimenomaan's avatar
Style is like in megaman legends  8DDDDD
Gekkogwn's avatar
OMG. I'm in love.
Lorddragonmaster's avatar
This is outstanding.
Fabes95's avatar
i absolutely love your work. Your simple models and emphasis on movement bring a tear to my eye :')
Dwair's avatar
Beautiful model as always, I love the wings!
Cyberpumpkin's avatar
Agh!  I can't stop faving all of these amazicute 3D things of yours!
skeddles's avatar
Great as always, wonderful animation as well

These need to be put to use!
pokagong's avatar
this is so awesome!! Hamtaro Mouse Emoji-03 (Squee) [V1] 
Nebelstern's avatar
god that is so sexy... ~
MysteriousDove's avatar
Oh my god this is awesome.
Vusiuz's avatar
very adorable style :D
KennethFejer's avatar
Default 3dsmax render with AA and texture filtering turned off.
Nebaku's avatar
I think the point of this work is that it ISN'T being rendered in real time. Most 3D programs have a "shadeless" option which is what this is using. Probably with mipmaps and anti-aliasing turned off for the pixel look.
Nebaku's avatar
Lol, you wanted an answer and I gave you one(the correct one apparently), so I don't know what your issue is.
Nebaku's avatar
Again, I gave quite literally the same exact answer. And as to why you care about where you get you're answer from I don't know. But whatever, guess that'll teach me to try helping someone out.
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gsilverfish's avatar
Ahhh it's even cuter in motion!
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