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Re: Official OT-Creativity Thread 2

Reply #1800 on: January 03, 2017, 03:36:40 pm
Apologies for the necro but this seemed like the most relevant thread.
I missed out on SS this time so here's something for Alcopop.


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Based off of this, other 2 are in the works but I figured I'd submit this as a humble New Years gift.

Still some issues to be cleaned up but I hope you enjoy :y:

I really like this! I remember seeing the original on pixeljoint a while ago. You've captured the expression in the face as well as the overall feel of the picture really well. Any chance of seeing it in an interesting pose?

Is there a community specific to this kind of "lowpoly combined with pixel art" style or am I in the right place? I'm really looking into getting better at it.

Thanks!

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Re: Official OT-Creativity Thread 2

Reply #1801 on: January 03, 2017, 09:30:07 pm
Awesome work pistachio!

Is there a community specific to this kind of "lowpoly combined with pixel art" style or am I in the right place? I'm really looking into getting better at it.

Polycount might be a better bet because this forum is very inactive, but if you do interesting stuff people will come to help you, as this is the place with the most concentrated amount of pixel artists who also do 3d, maybe. But I don't really think pixel art needs to be held to as high a standard as 2d pieces when its used as a texture, so I wouldn't put too much excess worry on that. Can't really say for sure about Polycount because I don't go there, but take a look.

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Re: Official OT-Creativity Thread 2

Reply #1802 on: January 03, 2017, 10:46:23 pm
Polycount has a low-poly section where you'll often find models with pixel art textures.
http://polycount.com/discussion/41232/lowpoly-sub-1000-triangle-models/p278

There is a guy there who goes by tennis who does pixel art textures exclusively so he might have some creations that suit you.

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Re: Official OT-Creativity Thread 2

Reply #1803 on: January 04, 2017, 02:27:19 am
There is a guy there who goes by tennis who does pixel art textures exclusively so he might have some creations that suit you.

And tennis is our very own Kenneth Fejer, though he's not too active here these days.

So i've been playing around with Substance Designer and i'm really loving it.  Here's a brick material I made with it. 100% procedural




and here's the graph for it:

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Re: Official OT-Creativity Thread 2

Reply #1804 on: January 04, 2017, 07:53:58 am
Awesome work pistachio!

Is there a community specific to this kind of "lowpoly combined with pixel art" style or am I in the right place? I'm really looking into getting better at it.

Polycount might be a better bet because this forum is very inactive, but if you do interesting stuff people will come to help you, as this is the place with the most concentrated amount of pixel artists who also do 3d, maybe. But I don't really think pixel art needs to be held to as high a standard as 2d pieces when its used as a texture, so I wouldn't put too much excess worry on that. Can't really say for sure about Polycount because I don't go there, but take a look.

Polycount has a low-poly section where you'll often find models with pixel art textures.
http://polycount.com/discussion/41232/lowpoly-sub-1000-triangle-models/p278

There is a guy there who goes by tennis who does pixel art textures exclusively so he might have some creations that suit you.


Thanks for the replies and advice! I've heard of that Kenneth Fejer guy; I just bookmarked kennethfejer.com only a few days ago! Small world. He is amazing and so good at what he does. If polycount is where he hangs out then I'll definitely go there in the hope that I can learn something from him. Thanks again!