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28-07-2019, 02:24 PM   #1
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Help in acheiving modern day 3D cartoon-like looks
Hello everyone,
I don't know if crtoon-like should be description for it but,
Iíve tried to achieve modern day 3D animation textures and color grading but, my characters and (most importantly) my environment doesnít come out looking BRIGHT, VIBRANT, AND COLORFUL like othersí. Rather it comes out looking like a bad attempt at creating realistic textures.
Below is an example of my edited renders VS how I would want it to look. I know Iím nowhere close to comparing my work with frozen or Zootopia but, just for people to get what Iím driving at. I need help in detecting where the secret is. Is it in texturing, rendering or post-production.

Thanks in advance
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Last edited by luciferr; 28-07-2019 at 10:47 PM.
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13-08-2019, 09:15 AM   #2
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looks really cool )) i like it
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