Paper Windmills

Looking at Low Poly art and it seemed really cool and sort simple so I wanted to give it a go making a little scene. I thought it’s be really cool to try and recreate a origami windmill.

Image result for paper windmills(fig1)

I then thought about building a small scene and having multiple windmills spinning in the wind, so I looked at some artist who created low poly trees, pretty sure I wanted one as part of the scene and it was interesting to see the different approaches people took to it.

Forest bits By (fig2)

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By Chris Cam (fig4)

wc4It was difficult to get the lighting to work at the start, I wanted the scene to have a warm almost sunset feeling to it.

To make the heads of the windmills move I used locators.

 

references

fig1-http://www.dltk-kids.com/world/japan/morigami-windmill.htm

fig2-https://dribbble.com/shots/1861070-Forest-bits

fig3-https://blenderartists.org/forum/showthread.php?322436-BLENDER-Tutorial-Low-poly-forest-assets!

fig4-https://www.artstation.com/artwork/V11aR

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