LMHPoly 2017 Achievements


First of all, I want to say Happy New Year Everyone! I hope that 2017 was a great year for you πŸ™‚ and if not, then make it happen in 2018!

-Don’t give up, the beginning is always the hardest.


For me, 2017 was the best year of my life! I achieved most of my big and small goals, not all of them but I had a lot of goals, so I’m feeling great about the last year. Learned so much new stuff by watching video courses, reading books, forums, all that stuff. A lot of things changed in my life and I’m feeling grateful for everything that happened in 2017 πŸ™‚


My Achievements of 2017

Released Products on Unity Asset Store: [2]

Released Product Updates on Unity Asset Store: [4]

Released FREE Products: [2]

Uploaded Videos on YouTube: [29]

Published Blogs/Text Tutorials/Tips And Tricks: [14]


The End of 2017 Achievements

YouTube Subscribers: [6425]

YouTube Video Views: [337025]

Twitter Followers: [961]

Facebook Followers: [135]

Instagram Followers: [261]

And other more personal achievements which I won’t mention here – like books read, video courses completed watching, workout achievements, etc.


At the beginning of 2017, I made some Blender low poly renders for my customer as a freelance job.

I made 10 of these in total, and I was pretty happy with the result. This was a good practice for me to improve by creating Low Poly Style renders in Blender.


Later I made this low poly (2010 Chevrolet Camaro) model:

Here is a Car modeling Timelapse Video.


And I decided to create another low poly car scene as a personal project. Finished result:

Low Poly Car Scene

I recorded the whole process and made a Time-lapse Video too. Feel free to check it out πŸ˜‰


I released 2 new products on Unity Asset Store, which were very successful.

Low Poly Vegetation Pack


Low Poly Modular Terrain Pack


I also released 4 updates for all of my packs. Other 2 packs are:

Low Poly Rocks Pack


Low Poly Trees Pack

Low Poly Trees Pack for Unity 3D


I released 2 FREE products:

Low Poly Underground Scene


Flag With Cloth Physics


One of my favorite scenes I made in Unity. Timelapse Video.


There are a lot of things to show that I made in 2017, video tutorials, text tutorials, blogs, timelapse videos, new products. Everything I did with love and passion for CG and Games πŸ™‚


I did a lot of drawings as a practice, to improve my skills. Some of my material study drawings from 2017:


Some of my Hand Painted Textures from 2017:

They don’t look really great, but hey, I’m just learning. So for me, this is a huge improvement πŸ™‚


I did a lot of other quick sketches and drawings. One of my creepiest drawings:


Some other stuff happened in 2017 which are Big achievements for me.

2017-01-15My Blender Render was on the first page on Blender Reddit! What a great start of the year πŸ™‚

I had a few other posts in 2017 that were on the first page too πŸ™‚


2017-04-08 Gleb Alexandrov watched and commented on my Video β€žBlender Timelapse: Creating Low Poly Car Sceneβ€œ! He is my CG Guru, I follow him for a long time now πŸ™‚


2017-04-14 – I reached 1000 Awesome Subscribers on YouTube!



2017-08-22@unity3d followed me on Twitter, how crazy is that πŸ˜€ They are following over 1000 people, and one of them is me! πŸ™‚


~2017-10-01 Created New LMHPoly Logo Design for my brand!

Also, redesigned my website from the ground using a brand new theme.


2017-11-27 – I reached 5000 Subscribers on YouTube! This is Crazy! Thank you all for the support, this helps me a lot!


One of my biggest personal goals of 2017 was to buy my first car and I did it. Another big goal was to renovate and redesign my old room/office, and I did it too πŸ™‚

So, yes, 2017 was the best year for me. Now when I look back, OMG, so much great things I’ve accomplished in this one year. I’m really grateful for everything I’ve achieved, for everything I have, for my fans, for people who support and follow me, THANK YOU ALL! πŸ™‚


Wish you that 2018 will be the best year for you!

LMHPoly 2017 Achievements

-There is no elevator to success. You have to take the stairs.

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