Christmas Ball 01

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Nov 20, 2013
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Cinema 4D R13 Native Advanced Render R13
Maya 2013 mental ray 2013
3ds Max 2009 Default Scanline 2009
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Autodesk FBX

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:781281
Geometry:Polygonal Quads/Tris
UV Mapped:No
Unwrapped UVs:No
TurboSquid Member Since October 2008
Currently sells 19 products
Product Rating
High detailed photorealistic 3d model of a Christmas Ball Ornament which is suitable to use in all type of stills, animation projects and motion graphics.

- Perfect for photorealistic close up renders.
- Highly detailed.
- All ornaments and cap details are made as 3d geometry.
- Realistic materials ready to render your scene within Cinema 4D R13 (and up).
- MAX, MA(maya), FBX and OBJ files are also available for download.

--------Textures / Materials-------

- No textures needed.
- Materials are ready to render within Cinema 4D.
- Some alternate color materials for ball and ornaments are included within a seperate Cinema 4D file.
- All details are polygonal so you can easily change material colors or can use your own to get endless variations.


Total polycount of the model with subdivision turned off: 52044 faces, 46918 vertices


- Native file format is Cinema 4D and all preview renders are rendered within Cinema 4D R13 without any plugins.
- All details are polygonal. So any premade shiny and colorfoul materials can easily be applied to the object on MAX or MAYA to get great results.
- Preview renders are rendered with an HDR Image applied to a Sky object while GI and Ambient Occlusion is on.
- HDRI is not included within the files. You can use one of your own HDRI image as an environment to see beautiful reflections on the object.
- Other formats (like MAX and MAYA) may need minor material tweaking to get similar results as shown on preview renders.

---Important Note-------

- On main Cinema 4D file, displacement is being used for ornament details which is better for close-up renders.
- There is an additional Cinema 4D file that uses Bump for ornament details which is suitable for faster renders.
- Both displacement and bump achieve perfect quality on your renders depends on your usage.
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