400 unique books to populate your shelves, giving your interior renders a photorealistic touch.
Mixes three types of books: low-poly (one single object and one material, spine texture, suitable for shelves); mid-poly (generic cover and spine texture, separate page and covers, distinct materials - suitable for book piles, coffee tables); two high-poly books (detailed and separate meshes, matching cover and spine texture, dustjacket, etc. suitable for close-ups).
Detailed modelling and several materials to mimmick different cover styles (matte, gloss, high-gloss).
Many different types of books - novels, art books, architecture, magazines, coffee table tomes, hardcover, non-fiction. No CG or computer books. Mostly in English, with some books in German.
The Max scene (2010) contains as a bonus a giant bookshelf model containing 2,900 books instanced from the 400 original ones and showing no tiling.
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good value but Artist needs to apply Shaders correctly, spent 30 minutes repeatadly checking textures on all these books. This could be easily corrected by artist - sloppy as is.
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Jan 28, 2012
Great set (library?) of book models - both high-poly and low-poly. The variation is enough to populate a library from the provided models. The .obj model is not textured (in any useful sense), so set aside a little bit of time create a unique collection appropriate to the scene.
Sep 10, 2012
Aug 14, 2012
Not many download options, especially since the obj file (only one i could opee) is not textured! Expect some Time spent fixing, Otherwise very good.
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Nov 12, 2012
It would've been nice to know that this was made with vray!!!! I'm pretty much screwed out of $49 now because I don't have/can't afford vray! Thanks a lot. :(