Cute Blender-Made Miniature 3D Dioramas by Quackles3D

The author's new digital diorama can easily be mistaken for a real-life one.

Quackles3D, a skilled 3D Artist and Blender enthusiast, continues the series of cute digital 3D dioramas by showcasing a beautiful new piece created using a combination of ZBrush, Substance 3D Designer, and Blender.

With an art style that makes it look extremely similar to real-life miniature dioramas, the artist's new environment depicts an adorable little kitchen with cozy lighting and tons of eye-catching details scattered throughout the scene. According to Quackles3D, they "exported texture maps from Substance 3D Designer and used them in the shaders, sometimes masking either procedurally or with vertex/texture painting depending on the object".

And here are some of the author's earlier works:

Earlier, Quackles3D also showcased a procedural stylized waterfall, created using Geometry Nodes and Shader Nodes for the Erindale.XYZ challenge. You can check out all these projects and more by visiting the artist's Twitter page.

If you would like to learn more about creating similar artworks, we recommend checking out our 2022 80 Level Digest on this exact topic, featuring several super useful tutorials that will help you learn how to create astonishing dioramas in Blender.

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