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This is my first experience in creation a lowpoly character model from a hipoly model. The Little girl wearing festive clothing - kazakh traditional costume - a velvet jacket with pattern embroidered with gold threads, a silk dress with similar pattern, leather boots, a leather belt, a silver belt buckle, silk ribbons with silver decorations for braids
Kazakh cultural heritage is reflected in its national dress. Life on the steppe and various nomadic religious beliefs influenced traditional Kazakh clothing—it was practical in that it protected from the cold and windy weather, was comfortable to wear on horseback, and was also made of natural materials. The quality of clothes and their individual elements also made it possible to ascertain the social status of a Kazakh and the family or clan to which he belonged. Traditionally, poorer people wore clothes made from the skins of wild animals while the rich sometimes made theirs from imported materials such as silk and velvet.