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    Can't find this 3d/low-poly illustrator... [edit: found]

    Hi, this is driving me crazy and I've been searching for hours, so if anyone knows who I'm talking about, do tell:

    -- I believe she's female, if I remember correctly.

    -- On her blog she posted in the past about starting to work in 3d/cg, and her models have a very low polygon count but the colors and lighting are really nice.

    -- Think Boring3D, but not as smooth. Essentially just very simple, low-poly CG illustrations.

    -- I'm thinking she's an illustrator who started off in a more traditional media and started experimenting with CG.

    -- I want to say that her blog used Blogger and had a white background, with the header image having light blue in it? I know that's incredibly vague but maybe all these hints will click for someone.

    Does that ring a bell with anyone? Alternatively, do you know of any other illustrators that work with low-poly CG?

    thanks,
    jim

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    Ben Mathis, aka Poopinmymouth does.

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    Thanks for the link; I've seen Ben's work before and totally forgot about it. Good stuff.

    The illustrator in question is actually Anneka Tran, who I found thanks to the expertise of John over at Drawn!. Her 3d work is visible on her blog.

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