Tilt-Shifting Cyberpunk 2077 into Miniature #ArtTuesday
You’re probably familiar with the tilt-shift technique of miniature faking. It turns out you can use tilt-shift on even totally synthetic environments. Like the worlds of Cyberpunk 2077, The Witcher, and Fallout New Vegas. Here’s more from Kotaku:
Flurdeh is a YouTube channel that takes video games and applies a “tilt-shift” effect to them, turning their bristling 3D worlds into cute little dioramas…. You’ll notice a few similarities among all of them, like the sped-up animations and the reduced framerate, both decisions that really help sell the idea that these videos have more in common with stop-motion animation than with cutting-edge video game clips.
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