how the fuck do I reach this autism level?
you need drivethe rendering work here is insane, and that's not taking away from the great model
>>5563363ds max with the PENCIL+ plugin.This specific plugin is, once again, unavailable to mortals.
please teach me how to make this, senpai
>>556336seismic makes some good shithttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UK8tHh_wI9Y
>>556418>mother fucker's got a pet eel
>>556356>talking shit about Di Gi charat
>>556418Can't believe he did that masterpiece in 3ds Max
Download the pencil+ shader
Seismic was just in this thread. You guys should say more nice things about him.
Found some stuff on the web. http://www.mclelun.com/2015/10/blender3d-anime-style-background-art.htmlIt's a pretty interesting problem. How to make 3D cartoons look good.
>>556336look up those shaders to get a general idea:clamp or ramp shader - for the general lightinganisotropic shader - for the hair lightingcomic or outline shader - for the outlineunlit shader - for the eyesThere is also an interesting talk from the makers of guilty gear xrd, who present how their anime shader works.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhGjCzxJV3E
>>559261>the uv wizardry for inner linesholy shit
>>559261Fuggggg. This is probably the first time cell shading has ever looked appealing to me.
>>559320They did that for the most recent Guilty Gear game too iirc.
>>559320>>559334>>559848It's a fucking ton of work and boils down to "tweak every frame"Kinda ironic that the way you make "bad 3d" match "good 2d" is to essentially reduce the perfect output of 3d by introducing errors that mimic the mistakes that come from hand drawing
>>559854You aren't mimicking errors, you are mimicking the control the artist had. A simple cel shader is going to give you a bunch of unwanted crap, an artist's job is to mitigate the unwanted crap by cheating.
>>559854It's more work than using standard animations or motion cap, but still on a reasonable level.Anime and many jap 2d games change the sprite/drawing 8-12 frames per second, everything between is ghosting frames, so they do the same here, 8-12 3d character poses per second. I don't think it's much more work than drawing frames in 2d, but the upside to 3d is that you can change camera directions and have more lighting options and other advantages that come with 3d.
Since Guilty Gear was mentioned, here's some duder showing off some special material in UE4 that tries to mimick what they did in the games.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2jXe72x14UThought the thread might find it interesting.
>>559877It's honestly slightly less work than regular 3D animation to animate the way they did. It's just a different way of animating.Not trying to downplay what they did. I have never seen a 3D anything look so incredibly convincing.The fact that it's in realtime is also ridiculous.But you skip like half of the 3D animation process if you choose not to enter spline, which is undoubtedly what they did.It's slightly more keyframes, but the fact that you don't have to spend hours or days tweaking your curves is incredible.They just animated in stepped, made sure their poses were VERY good, and it's a done deal.