30k Poly is considered to be low poly or high? for one mesh

Discussion started by KhatriCad

i have a model. i dont know if i should tick lowpoly or not

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Posted about 1 month ago
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It depends on models, Chair or other furniture with 30k polys is highpoly.
Complex city model or heavy vehicle model with interior (train, airplane etc.) is low-poly.

KhatriCad wrote
KhatriCad
https://www.cgtrader.com/3d-models/military/other/sci-fi-sphere-630445ee-a231-434f-a7ae-a1344bf5f898 can you check my scifi Sphere bomb model. i did not checked Low poly. check it. Does the quality looks like low poly. if yes. i will edit and change it
Posted about 1 month ago
1

So this is high poly, low-poly model doesn't have so dense mesh.
But it is really nice model. ))

KhatriCad wrote
KhatriCad
Dense mesh means..Quantities of Quads in wireframes are too much..Small ones..Low Dense means.The quads will be bigger Convering the mesh
Posted about 1 month ago
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Hi, all my models only for 50%

Posted about 1 month ago
-3

Hi, all my models only for 50%

Posted about 1 month ago
0

This should be low

KhatriCad wrote
KhatriCad
you mean my model is low poly?
Posted about 1 month ago
0

The number of faces is not high

KhatriCad wrote
KhatriCad
my model is low poly?
Posted about 1 month ago
1

for what the model is, I would consider it high poly. Looking purely on number of faces is not enough to determine if a mesh is high or low poly, e.g. a perfect cube only needs 6 faces, if you are looking for a low poly perfect cube you wouldn't look for one that's got say 96 faces.

I wouldn't take xukai and vagrancy seriously, I believe they are the same person, similar models and they always reply in the same thread with a lot of nothings.

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