A confession time, here. I’m a vegetarian. Hm, it was much easier than I thought. Never mind that. As a person who doesn’t eat meat, I’m probably going to offend myself with this post. (Not really, although I’d enjoy different themes more.)
So, let’s talk about meat. Uhm, I don’t know what else to say. Except, there’s a nice coincidence here. The previous post was about bones. Meat is also tasty (I won’t deny it). And that wraps it. See you in the next post.
Okay, then. I’ve heard it’s popular and sought after theme in 3D/texturing circles. So, without further ado, here are our categories.
Butchered poultry, now that’s appealing. Hens are an easy target, in games. Except for the Legend of Zelda series. (Don’t even try it.)
Also, this is a funny use of chicken meat:
We have a year of the Pig (according to the Chinese calendar), and I’m honoring the mighty creature, the donor of delicious bacon, this way. Anyway, it’s our largest category with over 170 images, so you can texture the hell out of the environment in your game.
Rabbits are such cute creatures. They’re considerably less sweet when they’re cut in pieces. But that’s just another circle of life thing.
Beef & Fish
I’ve united two separate categories – beef and fish. The demonic red meat versus the meat that some people don’t consider meat (don’t know why, though).
Sausages, Ham & Salame
We’ll end it with something different. Sausages, hams, and salamis aren’t meat, in a sense. Often they contain more than meat. For example, seasonings, spices, a Chinese newspaper, etc.
Jokes aside, the producing of salamis is quite interesting. My uncle used to make them for his pleasure. I tasted a few of them. Needless to say, I became a vegetarian soon after.