created in 2013
last scan 6/27/2019
The 3D low-poly subreddit is dedicated to posting stylized low-poly art, landscapes, environments, characters, etc. as well as having discussions about techniques, tips, etc.
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Welcome to Daily3D - This is a subreddit to provide modeling ideas that you can post for feedback and tips. We have no rules for how you make the model. The software is completely up to you as well as your modeling methods (feel free to use any tutorials you find). This subreddit is to help encourage people to improve and practice their modeling so following a tutorial is completely fine as long as you are learning.