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I'm in the process of developing a game, and I've found a model that would go perfectly for the character. However, the scentre I already have is low poly and I can't find a good enough high poly to go with it. So tell me whether or not I should I should carry on with the art I have or find a low poly model.

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  • \$\begingroup\$ You may generate a low polygon model from your high polygon one, or you could treat your low polygon enviroment as a place holder until you can work (or ge somebody to work) on a more polished one, or you could make a self-aware game where the characters mention how the world doesn't look realistic, or you can embrace it as an style choice that the less interative something is, the less realistic it looks... \$\endgroup\$ – Theraot Apr 16 '17 at 20:10
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There is a lot you could by choosing the right material/texture that will give you that 'minimalistic look'. Like Theraot mentioned, there are ways to make your mesh low poly. Check out the script provided here by the user 'robertbu'. It worked great for me and it might too for you!

Good luck,

Alex

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