Renault Alpine concept high detailed rigged 3D model with with environment and lighting set, vray and standard materials.
This amazing concept made by Renault pays tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Alpine A110, it has been carefully modeled on the real reference pictures. Wheels, body, grids, logos, cameras, environment, lights etc are grouped in layers for an easy management of the scene.
1 HDRI 1 360 ultra hi-res background
Linear workflow gamma 2.2 optimized textures
All parts are STILL EDITABLE, changing meshsmooth iterations this model become suitable for every kind of needs: realistic animations and super realistic stills.
Lighting and 4 cameras fully set to render exactly like the preview images, move the camera and just press Render. . Polycount with Meshsmooth iteration 2 (same as the preview images) of the whole scene is:
512051 polygons 454502 vertices
All Materials and 4096x4096 textures included diffuse, specular, bump, opacity, displacement. Unwrapped UVs Really easy to customize the car body texture and export in different formats.
25 textures in total
Environment maps are around 14000x2000
All parts are are grouped, really easy to import in any scene.
The archives contain:
RalpenvVR: max 9.0 format Vray materials version, 25 textures, 1 background image, 1 hdri and 1 mat file.
RalpenvMR: max 9.0 format standard materials (mentalray renderer) version, 25 textures, 1 background image, 1 hdri and 1 mat file.
The car is available also without the environment as separate product.
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