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Delicious Stylized Pizza Slice Made With Blender

The author utilized Grease Pencil to paint the black strokes on the 3D model.

Farrukh Abdur, a 3D Artist who specializes primarily in creating stylized environments, continues his series of incredible non-photorealistic projects with yet another impressive piece. For his latest endeavor, the creator deviated from his usual NPR 3D scenes to set up a mouth-watering pizza slice model using Blender, an open-source 3D software Farrukh regularly uses for his projects.

Additionally, the creator skillfully leveraged the application's Grease Pencil, a neat tool that allows you to draw in the 3D space, to meticulously paint the black strokes onto the surface of the 3D model.

And here are some of Farrukh's earlier projects, you can check out more by visiting the artist's ArtStation page:

If you would like to learn more about Farrukh's production pipeline, we also recommend checking out our 2019 interview with the artist, where he shared a breakdown of the Blender-made stylized Japanese garden scene and discussed modeling, material creation, grass and water shader setup, lighting, and more.

And here are some great tutorials on stylized art in Blender and the software's Grease Pencil tool:

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