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Judy thread?
Any news on a good Nick model? Bonus if it's for Blender
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>>560122
Just got back from the Convention, did you?
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=nick+wilde+3d+model+blender
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>>560122
can such fur quality work in a video game without blowing up peoples computers?
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>>560142
No, you can at best approximate it with fur planes, but if you look at the tail (both in the render and the blend file), it's just a puffball of super dense hair
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How do devs of The Last guardian managed to make all those feathers on the creature without playstaion burning?

It looks so cool.
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Nope. I don't like this one bit
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>>560142
Look into NeoFur. It's not going to be like render quality but it still looks nice for a game with minimal effort spent getting decent results.
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>>560173
you can get away with using cards when it's feathers (ie less polygons than strands of fur)

>>560176
neofur was nice but if you look at the official site it seems to be going the way of the dodo
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>>560233
o shit, didn't check it since a while ago. Could always just dl it since no new licenses.
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>>560142
Look into nVidia's HairWorks.

I believe Maya and/or Max has plugin's for exporting and you can find builds of Unreal Engine 4 and Unity that support it.




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