Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice 3D Model Demonstrates Wolf in Motion

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice 3D Model Demonstrates Wolf in Motion

CG Artist and Illustrator Kontorn Boonyanate captures Wolf from Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice in a very unique and unexpected way

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice has been out for a month now and it’s probably been one of the most played titles of late. The devs at FromSoftware have been hard at work since its launch providing players with a brand new update that went live yesterday across much of the globe. In the update, we saw balance changes, bug fixes, cost adjustments, and some other bits and pieces that’ll help the title run that little bit smoother.

If you are a fan of Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice main protagonist “The Wolf”,  you may have seen a wonderful fan-art design showcasing the Ninja warrior holding his mightly Katana. This time, however, we see Wolf depicted in a different, softer light in a beautiful 3D model created by Kontorn Boonyanate who is a CG Artist, Illustrator, and co-founder at DINSAI studio in Bangkok, Thailand.

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice 3D Model Demonstrates Wolf in Motion

Kontorn’s artistic vision for Wolf has almost cast him as a Disney-like character in this 3D inspired model. Gone are any harsh or edgy characteristic features we associate with him and are now replaced with a gentler and a more angelic persona.

Kontorn has added this art-style to all of their pieces which look incredible – you can check out the collection in its entirety over on their ArtStation site.

Incredibly, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice sold over 2 million copies worldwide across PS4, Xbox One, and PC in fewer than 10 days after its release and I can only assume those figures will keep rising so if you have yet to play it, you can go ahead and pick up the title over on Amazon right now.

If you’re still in two minds whether you should indeed pick Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice up, our 9/10 review on the title may help make your mind up.

 


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