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Line Art - Ageing of a 3D Model

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  • Hi

     

    I just finished a personal project and thought I'd share it with you guys to get some feedback: 

     

     

     

    The basic idea was what would happen to 3D files if they aged and faded like an old analogue picture. I imagined that over time noise is introduced in the vertices and faces. Points get moved around both in 3D space as well as in the polygon register, which proves fatal for polygon drawing: As the renderer that loads the data for a polygon would need a closed edgeloop to create a face. So those are the first to break, leaving mainly the visible edges.

    The final outcome is  a python script that takes any 3D model and with a few adjustments displays it in this wireframe-ish way. It works with Animation and textures as well.

     

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    Oh my, oh my this is so beautifully cool and awesome on some other level. I am amazed!! :respect:

    Thanks for sharing!

     

    Cheers,

    Igor


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    Wasn't too keen on the first two but it worked really awesome with the fish animation :DD

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    Gorgeous stuff, dude.

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