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Check Out a Realistic Take on the Powerpuff Girls' Mojo Jojo

One of Cartoon Network's most iconic villains has been reimagined in 3D by Simon Sarmiento.

Advanced Character Artist Simon Sarmiento has taken us back to the golden era of the late 90s and early 2000s with his new character project, depicting a realistic take on one of Cartoon Network's most iconic villains, the Powerpuff Girls' main antagonist, the one and only Mojo Jojo.

Seeking to bring the "memorable ape antagonist" to 3D and level up his shader/LookDev skills, the artist drew inspiration for Mojo Jojo's design from The Kagestar and other similar Japanese tokusatsu shows. As for the software, the creator utilized Maya, Substance 3D Painter, Marmoset Toolbag, Knald, Marvelous Designer, Unreal Engine, RizomUV, and DaVinci Resolve to imagine the lifelike live-action version of the character.

And here are some of Simon's previous works, we highly encourage you to visit the creator's ArtStation page for more incredible portraits:

Also, check out some of the other artists' works inspired by The Powerpuff Girls series:

A realistic UE5-powered version of Buttercup by Da Hai

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