Using the popular Casual Couple did a few poses and later modified the colors to make a total of 20 different fixed poses. Standing, walking, talking and sitting are some of the body expressions as you can see on the image above.
Great for architecture visualizations as visual references for the real proportions of your scene. Sometimes is better to use stylized lowpoly style nice-looking characters than loading your scene with heavy high-poly realistic characters that may fall in the uncanny valley getting the user attention away from what really matters.
- Made with 3ds Max, with only around 1500 triangles (or 900 polygons), each one.
- The unit system is 1 unit = 1 cm, and real estimated human proportions were used.
- The material is simple standard with diffuse color.
- Texture is small 256×256 pixels shared between them, one polygon, one color. “UV Mapped” using this MaxScript Poly Paint Tool.
- Solid clean objects (NOT rigged).
- LICENSE: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license (Attribution is required!).
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Premium Pack: 500 Low Poly Static Poses
You are reading right, 500 models! Originally from 20 characters, applying 25 poses then modifying the texture mapping of the resulting 500, manually!
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