Paul Chambers just shared this GORGEOUS low-poly animated world. Check it out!
I wanted to share with the Blender community my recently completed low-poly animation. It started as an exercise to better understand the rigging and animation tools in Blender. It was also a fun opportunity to go back to the Blender Internal Renderer after most of my recent projects using Cycles or other similar global illumination driven renderers.
As the project progressed I also saw an opportunity to move from a pure low-poly look into something more akin to papercraft or origami.
During the course of the project I read through some great books that helped immensely and would wholeheartedly recommend to all Blender users:
- Illuminated Pixels by Virginia Wissler
- Digital Lighting & Rendering by Jeremy Birn
- The Animators Survival Kit by Richard Williams
- Disney's The Illusion of Life by Ollie Johnston and Frank Thomas
You can view the video below, and I have other images and Sketchfab models from the project here.