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Weekly Recap #26: The Sunken Caves in 3D



Hi Fox Riders, 

I hope that you enjoyed your weekend as much as we did. 

Before our long weekend, we started some modeling for our second biome And because it's called the Sunken Caves it will ofc start with rocks!

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There are multiple entrances to the Sunken Caves but the main one is located North from the Ancestral Forest, passed the meadow. We are currently working on its look. 

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While modeling rocks, we are also in quest of the good colors for the Sunken Caves. 

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We think we found an interesting color scheme for the dwellers of the Sunken Caves. What do you think?

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We finished a few textures. Here are the people from the Ancestral Forest. Video coming soon! 



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These inquisitive little creatures follow you around, no matter where you go. Not even distressed by the attacks of the blue predators on these lands. Though no one ever saw one attack a Green Jasper particularly.

Visit the link below to have a closer look at the 3D model of the Green Jasper. 


Thank you for reading. 



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