I just found this video on youtube about hipster axe. The video was really funny. (If you understand Russian that is).
I have tried a lot of things to get 3d models to look like hand drawn art and everything came up short. I was able to get OK results in Daz Studio with a product called Visual Style Shaders, but I couldn’t get it to look hand drawn. I just picked up JiffyCrew’s shaders for UE4 and after a few hours of playing with them this seems to be the best results I have gotten so far. This would probably work out better with a character with more stylized proportions.
Makes nice stills that I can use as 2d art. And of course also can be used in a full 3d game.
Here were the settings I used. I tried a few different falloff maps. Probably best to make a custom one for this.
Thank you everyone for your support, and feedback. I am very happy that the users on steam are giving us a shot even after Facebook rejected the game for being too racy. I can’t wait to make more vr girls. This is a lot of fun when you put the headset on.
Otome twist did a really extensive write up on heartbaked. Aside from pointing out a few typos and bad grammar mistakes we made, the review was really nice.
I really liked the final summary she wrote:
But anyway, as for this visual novel, I think it really was a fun little game to play. I love how everything blended together: the GUI, the art style, the story! It’s so perfectly sweet and cute. And as someone who loves baking during her free time, I really enjoyed this visual novel.
You can see the full article here: http://www.otometwist.com/2016/06/nanoreno-2016-heartbaked.html
We finally cleared Apple’s review process. They sent it back the first time. This has been kind of typical with my experience with the app store. They are very strict. Anyway now you can download heartbaked on your iPhone too.