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Drachenboot 3D-Modell

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Spezifikationen

  • Geometriepolygonal
  • Polygone0
  • Scheitelpunkte0
  • TexturenYes
  • ManipuliertenNo
  • AnimiertNo
  • Bereit zum Drucken in 3DNo
  • Spielbereit (low poly)No
  • UV-kartiertNo
  • Unverpackte UVsunknown

Beschreibung

A Dragon boat is a very long and narrow human powered boat used in the team paddling sport or Dragon boat racing which originated in China. For racing events, dragon boats are always rigged with decorative Chinese dragon heads and tails and are required to carry a large drum aboard. At other times the decorative regalia is usually removed, although the drum often remains aboard for training purposes. Dragon boat races are traditionally held to commemorate the death of Qu Yuan, making dragonboating the only sport to be celebrated as a national holiday. The Chinese calendar date is 5/5 which usually corresponds to a date in June. This model is available in 3ds MAX 9 format. Complete with all the materials and texture maps please click on my name to see my other works.
Sep 17, 2018 Datum hinzugefügt
Dec 21, 2020 letztes Update

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