Feedback on my low poly

Greetings All,

I just made my first ever low-poly tree and I would love to hear some feedback about it.

Also, I would like to know why when I import it to Roblox studio it loses it colour?

Thanks! :smiley:


To import color to your meshes, you have to texture them.
I suggest looking up some tutorials on YouTube to help you.

For your first low-poly tree, it looks amazing! I would suggest making the base a bit smaller, though. There’s not much I can really say other than that. Always remember to keep practicing, and you’ll get better! Good job. :+1:

Thank you for the tutorial and feedback! It means a lot :smiley:

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Looks amazing for your first low poly tree, I suggest making the foliage a bit bitter since the branches are kind of overuling it. Excellent job though. :slight_smile: I will love to see how you have improved in the future.

-uD0ge :dog:

Thanks for the feedback! :smiley:

Overall for a first blender tree, this is really great! The only thing I would change is the top leaf mesh. I would overall add more leaves or consider placing small branches without not leaves on them to it to give it more or less a realistic feel to the tree. Since you’re going for a Low Poly design, then this is fine, but if you want more realism to it, maybe add more leaves or even branches. Just a small suggestion you could add.

Other than that, this tree is very good since this is your first attempt.

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Thank you for your feedback! :smiley:

Looks well done and lagless, good job!

Thanks for the feedback! :smiley:

Looks very stylish and vibrant! Although i recommend to thin the tree’s base

To import the colors to Studio, you can do these:

  • Seperate the mesh (Tree and leaves) and manually color them in Studio
  • Bake them in Blender
  • Smart UV unwrap and color them in any image editing software
  • Use Substance Painter (Student version is free)

Thank you for that as that will help me! :smiley: