By Reynante M. Martinez.
I've recently been inspired by a Facebook group (Blender) post by David Small
and I thought I'd try to give the art style a shot with Blender and I came up with
this (check attached image).
Up to this point, I still am clueless as to what art style this is called, but one
thing is for sure: it opens up endless possibilities with relatively more artistic
freedom than I would've expected.
It's definitely a fun process and looking forward to producing more like this in
Looking forward to hearing too what the community has to say and recommend.
By the way, if you're interested, the original blog post is located here.
I sometimes just call it "origami-style." I love this low-poly, origami-reminiscent style.
Oh, and nice picture, by the way. I like the bright feeling of the scene.
Looks great! I've done few of these in the past myself.. If I am not mistaken it's called "Geometric Design" , at least you would find similar pictures if you search by that...
Mine : http://media.moddb.com/images/members/1/434/433841/Dzeja_done.png
Wow, this looks awesome. Great work!
Hmm, really nice although the colors seem to be a bit unbalanced. the pink/white snow and clouds look so shiny and beautiful, while all the green seems rather dull, especially where it's shadowed.
So a bit of lighting work would do amazing things with this picture!
Still, great work and very nice style
It especially seems like a nice style for using adaptive sculpting on a rather big adaptive polygon size. That way you should be able to get such shapes with great detail very quickly.
I like these low poly scenes.
Reminds me of when I was a kid and there was a Nestle commercial out that was simple lollipop trees and smooth green valleys and hills with fluffy clouds.
I remember wishing as a kid to be able to live in a place like that.
Very artistic. Loved it.