A Low-Poly Model of Arcane's Jinx Made With Blender & 3DCoat

Kirill Maslov shared an unusual take on the character, imagining Jinx as a video game character model from the 90s.

3D Character Artist Kirill Maslov has recently proven that you don't need to pursue complete photorealism to create a truly memorable piece of art by showcasing "the lowpolyest" model of Jinx from the Arcane TV series.

Created for #256fes, a challenge that tasks creators to set up models within a 256 tris polycount limit, Kirill's Jinx only has 255 tris and uses a 256x256 Diffuse Map, heavily resembling a typical video game character model from the 90s. According to the author, the final result was achieved using a combination of Blender and 3DCoat.

And here's a cool breakdown GIF that shows how the model was set up:

You can learn more and download the model for free by visiting Kirill's ArtStation page.

Earlier this week, 3D Animator Kayky Rodrigues also paid tribute to Arcane, showcasing an impressive 3D facial rig that allows the artist to tweak and customize various facial features of the Vi model, including the eyes, eyebrows, mouth, cheeks, cheekbones, nose, and more:

In other Arcane-related news, earlier this month, Netflix, Riot Games, and Fortiche announced the release window for the show's second season, stating that we'll get to see the show again in November of 2024.

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