Why do you use poly-count reducer when it is far more sensible to remodel it lowpoly? The polycount reducer creates lots of pointy edges and such and doesn't understand edgeflow and topology very well.
Also, just because something is "blocky" doesn't instantly mean Retail(OMG HOW HORRIBLE) is going to come knocking on your door. It looks lego-like and I think you should keep with it.
Feed, I hope you're deleting hidden faces on those vehicles if you're going to keep going with that "put together with a bunch of shapes" look, if not I suggest you use the extrusion tool to model it. May I also ask if all you're doing is modelling something super-high poly then just using the reducer?
The hidden faces are removed, as far as it doesn't disturb the model overall look.
"Put together with a bunch of shapes" is actually modeling each brick and constructing the peices.
No. The rock raider pack was an old project in which I still thought the blockland engine could handle such large amounts of polygons, so I made some exceptions, the polycount reducer is used right now just to turn super mega high poly models into much, much less, to handle the engine.
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