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Old 13-02-2015, 10:30 PM   #1
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Some simple stylised polygon art I'm working on -




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Latest scene worked on -
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Beginnings of an old Japanese building..

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Finished Japanese building (One section was built and then repeated)
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Latest scene, street post with what's planned to be the Skytree building in the distance.
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These look awesome! Love this style.

Reminds me a little of http://alexanderlehmann.net 's work.
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Thanks, the style as been kept very simple so that I`ll be more likely to complete it.
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Old 26-05-2015, 03:53 PM   #9
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Here are a few shots from the opening scene, still a long way to go but just thought I`d show how it will generally look. Cheers.

https://vimeo.com/113198856

Latest scene, kept this one simple as its a brief traffic light shot -
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Scene 9 - Mostly modeled this street scene now, but with a little extra detail added to vehicles due to the camera being closer on this shot (still very simple stuff to be consistent with the other shots though.)
Just a few lamppost's and background buildings to add before final colour processing.
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tokyo 9

Final rendered look of Shot 9, I did think about adding more detail but its important for me to keep this scene consistent with the other shots.
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