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Don't Starve fully 3D lowpoly Diorama!

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Tamir    1239

Here's the link to the diorama Sketchfab page, where you can check it out in 3d, on your browser!

Don't Starve - Diorama (click to view in 3D)

This looks awesome, what else can I say. Thanks for sharing your creation with us :D

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ThatBum    49

Ah man, that art style reminds me of something so much, but I can't quite remember what it is.Also Wilson's chin sure is pointy!EDIT: It's Animal Crossing for the Gamecube. Dunno why.

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Guennor    22

Thanks for the great feedback!I don't think i'll get even close to winning 1st, 2nd or 3rd place on the contest because people at polycount really kick ass, they make some serious 3D stuff there.They made some other great dioramas... these three are my favorites, and they'll probably win:The secret of monkey islandhttps://sketchfab.com/show/cb7c50be46bb4bebb47a5c0d78c5e576Octopus (Never played the game but this diorama was amazingly well done)https://sketchfab.com/show/4f4802d5c24847fda35408eed5f9a066Advance Wars Dual Strike (love that game too!)https://sketchfab.com/show/6973f0bc978543008ec193369552b37e

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Guennor    22

Ah man, that art style reminds me of something so much, but I can't quite remember what it is.Also Wilson's chin sure is pointy!EDIT: It's Animal Crossing for the Gamecube. Dunno why.

Haha yeah, that reminds me of animal crossing too! Maybe it's the trees? haha

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Guennor    22

That's really cool!

Oh wow! Thanks JoeW!It's great to hear from  you guys, it really makes me want to make better projects!I can't wait for the next competition on Polycount!

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TRENTOMINOUS    540

Oh wow! Thanks JoeW!It's great to hear from  you guys, it really makes me want to make better projects!I can't wait for the next competition on Polycount!

Is there a way you could seperate the individual objects from the base of the model?

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