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Samsung Galaxy Alpha modèle 3D

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Caractéristiques

  • Géométriepolygonal
  • Des polygones16,456
  • Sommets17,553
  • Les texturesYes
  • GrééNo
  • AniméNo
  • Prêt pour l'impression 3DNo
  • Jeu Prêt (low poly)No
  • UV mappéYes
  • UV non emballésnon-overlapping

Formats et fichiers

3ds Max
(.max)
11 MB

default_scanline
samsung_galaxy_alpha_max_default_2010.zip
Cinema 4D
(.c4d)
16 MB

vray 1.8
samsung_galaxy_alpha_c4d.zip
OBJ
(.obj)
10 MB

samsung_galaxy_alpha_obj.zip
Maya
(.ma)
11 MB

vray 2.4
samsung_galaxy_alpha_maya_vray.zip
Maya
(.ma)
10 MB

default_scanline
samsung_galaxy_alpha_maya_default.zip
3ds Max
(.max)
11 MB

vray 2.0
samsung_galaxy_alpha_max_vray_2010.zip
3ds Max
(.max)
11 MB

mentalray
samsung_galaxy_alpha_max_mr_2010.zip
FBX
(.fbx)
16 MB

samsung_galaxy_alpha_fbx.zip

La description

Samsung Galaxy Alpha 3D model. White and Black. Hight quality model, best for close up renderings. Has only TRI and QUAD polygons with correct topology, supports multiple subdivisions. Shaded with VRAY materials (3D MAX, MAYA, CINEMA 4D), MENTAL RAY (3D MAX) materials and default materials. Shaded in physically correct workflow (linear based workflow), so you need not reshade model, simply drop it into your scene and tune lighting. 2k resolution textures included. 3DMAX, MAYA, CINEMA 4D, FBX, OBJ. description: --General-- Samsung Galaxy Alpha 3D model. Native format: 3DS Max 2010. --Geometry-- This model is nicely organized, has correct names for all objects and has good topology, TRI and QUAD polygons only. Mesh topology supports multiple subdivisions. Model has mixed UVs. --Rendering-- Rendering is setuped in VRAY (3D MAX, MAYA, CINEMA 4D), MENTAL RAY (3D MAX) and DefaultScanline. No 3rd party plugin needed. except V-Ray. Shaded in physically correct workflow (linear based workflow), so you need not reshade model, simply drop it into your scene and tune lighting. --Textures-- EXCELLENT clear textures! Textures are hand made or made from photos/source images. The textures are applied with UV Unwrap. Up to 2048x2048 resolution. JPEG. --Rigging & Animation-- There is no rig and animation, but geometry can be easely rigged, objects are cleary seperated and nicely named. --Scale-- Modeled in real world scale. --------- Ready for usage.
Oct 17, 2019 date ajoutée
May 21, 2020 dernière mise à jour

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