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How are Lowpoly Art Styles Created?

To create the lowpoly art style, use a minimal number of polygons to create geometric shapes and objects. Use 3D modeling (Blender, 3ds Max, etc.) software or tools to create simple and abstract models that contrast with more realistic and detailed ones. Use textures, lighting, and colors to enhance the appearance and mood of the models.

Lowpoly art is often used for video game design, animation, and illustration. Lowpoly art can create a simple and abstract aesthetic that contrasts with more realistic and detailed 3D models.

An image of a haunted house with a full moon in the background.
PROMPT: "haunted mansion exterior with an enormous moon glowing in the background"

Creating Lowpoly Art Style Using Artificial Intelligence (AI)

The exciting news is you don’t need to have any 3D modeling skills or software to create amazing lowpoly art. With Pcard, you can use artificial intelligence (AI) to generate stunning lowpoly images or animations with just a few words. All you need to do is choose the “lowpoly” art style and type in your prompt. Here are some examples of what you can make with Pcard.

A colorful llama with colorful triangles on a purple background.
Simple Prompt for a Lowpoly Llama

Simple Lowpoly Prompts

Simple prompts can achieve amazing results when applying the “lowpoly” art style. The prompt below focuses only on the subject while the Pcard image generator figures out the rest. 

A woman in a white dress walking through a lavender field.
How to Use a Complex Prompt to Achieve a Lowpoly Art Style

Detailed Lowpoly Prompts

Complex prompts include fine details that make a scene along with applying the “lowpoly” art style. The prompt below details the type of view, the details of the main subject, and environment. 

Want to take this prompt farther? Add our “time of day” and “distance” modifiers when you are evolving your AI image in Pcard.  

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