A Closer Look at Texturing in Arcane Part 2

Fortiche Production's Artists have shared another behind-the-scenes look at some of the models from Netflix's Arcane.

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Last week, many artists from Fortiche Production, a studio responsible for Netflix's new hit Arcane, shared some of the things they contributed to and provided a look at the amazing textures from the show. It was a great experience to check out the behind-the-scenes of the show we, here at 80 Level, love very much. Luckily, the artists didn't stop there and released even more content related to Arcane. So, let's take a look at the newly released projects!

Firstly, let's take a look at Jinx, modeled and textured by 3D Character Artist Thibaut Granet:

Up next, let's take look at Arcane's Caitlyn, textured by Fortiche's Texturing Supervisor Candice Theuillon:

Next up, check out Scar, textured by Senior Texture Artist Gilles Roman:

Next up, let's take a look at Chembaron Steve, textured by Concept Artist Simon Goeneutte-Lefevre:

And finally, here's a cute axolotl-looking creature named Rio, also made by Simon Goeneutte-Lefevre:

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  • Anonymous user

    That headline is a little bit of a catfish.  

    The texturing is beautiful.  Stunning really.  But this is not as much of a look into the process, as much as it is a look at the finished work.  

    I'd love to see some actual process.  Some making of, or even any of the textures themselves, in isolation.  :)

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    Anonymous user

    ·4 months ago·
  • Anonymous user

    I agree with the other comment here. Loved the show, the characters and the style, but this is barely a behind the scenes look and nothing about the texturing process at all. A lot of people with be disappointed entering your clickbait.

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    Anonymous user

    ·4 months ago·

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