|Cinema 4D C4D6to12|
|StereoLithography STL A|
|StereoLithography STL B|
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Faithful and accurate Reconstruction of an Ancient Greek Pottery Alabastron, according to the Ancient Greece artworks and the archaeology remains and evidence.
The Greek Alabastron was mainly a vessel for oil, perfumed oil, perfume and massage oils.
When without eyes or lugs by which thread could be attached, it was simply carried or kept with a thread around the neck.
In the package you will find the 3 main Greek Alabastron shapes with complete detailed original Greek pottery paintings MAPS:
1-Corinthian Alabastron [A1-A2] with and without eye [8 to 10 cm h]
2-Greek-Etruscan Alabastron [A3] handleless [10 to 20 cm h]
3-Athenian Alabastron [A4-A5] with and without eyes [10 to 20 cm h]
In the package you will find:
1- Corinthian Alabastron [A1-A2] with and without eye [9.7 cm h C4D]; 
2- Greek-Etruscan Alabastron [A3] handleless [17 cm h C4D]; 
3- Athenian Alabastron [A4-A5] with and without eyes [17.1 cm h C4D]; 
4- .OBJ FULL closed version; 
5- .STL version for 3D Printing with Mesh Technical Report for each file; 
6- .PLY version; 
7- 16 Hi-Quality Hi-Def PhotoReal Textures [2048x1024; 2048x1017; 512x512; etc.]; 
8- Alternate Pottery Surface Textures with colour variations to create different types of Greek Pottery; 
9- 3 original Ancient Greek Pottery UV MAPS to customize and weathering for the models. 
All the Models are prepared Hi-DEF and Photoreal, perfect for any type of Rendering!
Models Polygons and Vertices [VUE and 3DS] for C4D, OBJ Polygons are [ca /2]:
Corinthian Alabastron A1 [26160; 14185]
Corinthian Alabastron A2 with eye [27094; 14828]
Greek-Etruscan Alabastron A3 [23834; 12960]
Athenian Alabastron A4 [36000; 19670]
Athenian Alabastron A5 with eyes [36980; 20388]
[Data are from VUE report system on VUE files only]
Enjoy THE ARCHAEO.SYS 3D SERIES.
The Archaeo.Sys 3D series is developing high-fidelity 3D reconstruction of Objects, Architecture and Scenes from Classical Greek and Roman Antiquity.