Gold Watch

All Extended Uses
Included Formats
Aug 13, 2012
CheckMate Lite Certified
Lightwave 11 Native Default Scanline 11
Other Formats
Autodesk FBX 200611
3D Model Specifications
Product ID:684397
Geometry:Polygonal Ngons used
UV Mapped:No
Unwrapped UVs:No
TurboSquid Member Since July 2012
Currently sells 48 products
Product Rating
This is a superb gem of a watch: Sensual and frivolous, it revels in changing personality to fit the mood, sure of

remaining unique for anyone who has chosen it. This dazzling 14k Gold diamond watch features a soft iridescent dial

with a dramatic 14K gold mesh bracelet. Anti-scratch sapphire crystal. Cabochon stem. Swiss ETA Quartz Movement.

Well, that's what the catalog said.

This model (LWO, OBJ, FBX) was modeled in Lightwave. The few n-gons are all on the numbers and can be tripled if the model isn't used for close-up work. As-is it can be used for extremely hi-res and hi-quality renders.

My watch model can be used in any fashion, retail,character or home interior visualization. They can be placed, as-is, onto a rigged model. Optimized for the high resolution render (up to close-up shots). Modeled and rendered in Lightwave, available as OBJ or FBX for Maya, Max, etc. High exact and realistic proportions.

The lightwave version:

- No isolated verticies
- All normals face outward
- No empty objects
- Real-world scale
- Centered at 0,0,0 - sitting on Y=0 (ground plane)
- Oriented world-up
- Object and surface names are descriptive and unique
- No extraneous anything
- Textures applied where appripriate, majority of model is just color, spec, etc.

OBJ and FBX versions may need images placed and smoothing turned on.

Hope you enjoy using my models. I am open for questions and suggestions.

In addition to the flawless modeling and photoreal texturing, the download has a scene file that allows

you to set the time. The Lightwave scene is included with all download formats. To change the time on the watch, move the null called '--Time Keeper--' along the X axis. Meters = hours, fractions of each meter = fractions of an hour. 7:15 would be +7.25 meters.
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