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Hey /3/ im not entirely sure where to post this so if im posting in the wrong area please tell me where i should post this but i was wondering if any of you can help me out. I have been looking into Lil ugly mane's discography and listening to everything and this album cover intrigued me the most > Pic related
So i have been trying to figure out how he made the text look like that and everything. I have guessed he took a lot of inspiration from Pen and pixel http://penandpixel.com/ but i just wanted to know what program lil ugly mane and pen and pixel use to do this. Thanks /3/
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>>509776
Nigger.
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>>509778
thanks family
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its just a specific font in 3D with its own textures

maybe he used generic font and used some kind of modifiers to make the letters shaky
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>>509784
Thank you if you dont mind can you please elaborate on this ?
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>>509787
>add text
>convert to mesh
>remesh (optional, i fucked it up)
>use whatever you want to deform it, i used simple deform

best way would be to download a fitting font and just render it

for textures you just make materials,UV's and whatever but you need polycount below 40k to make good UV's, and probably alot of specular
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>>509788
Thank you so much what program did you use
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>>509790
blender



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