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Showcase and How-To: making a model from a flat image

hello everyone ^^
recently i was into the game Mystic Messenger, and the characters have beautiful sprites in the Visual Novel parts of the story, but they are static sprites because it's a mobile game.
so for fun i tried making the character promotional images move by cutting up the character and layering it up to function in Modeler :D




here are some characters i made from their flat sprites:
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Zen



Jumin Han



of course i can't use them for any projects because the characters are copyrighted to the team that made the game, but it was fun to try making a moving character out of an image that i didn't draw myself!
i hope this helped anybody looking through the forums (or google) to find out how to do it, the process is straight forward if you know what you're looking for, so please check out the user manual to figure out how to cut up the character to work in Modeler in better detail!
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