A set of fireplace tools. Set consists of 5 items: stand, poker, spade, broom and tongs. Tools made of painted cast iron, handles made of brass.
*Modeled in 3ds max 2014. Max file is saved in 2011 and 2014 versions. 3ds Max 2011 or newer is required to open these files. For older versions and other programs there is FBX, OBJ and STL files avilable. Some formats has certain restrictions (see below for description).
*Model is scaled to proper real world dimensions. Scene units are in cm.
*All objects, materials and textures are properly and uniquely named.
*All transformations are reset and model is placed at scene origin.
*Objects in max files are grouped for convenience. You'll need to open groups to access individual tools.
*Model consists mainly of quads. There are few triangles and quads.
*All objects except broom fibres are ready for subdivision and has turbosmooth modifier applied. Turbosmooth is set to level 1 for display in viewport and level 2 for rendering.
*All objects has UV coordinates assigned.
*All objects except broom fibres are unwrapped and has unique, non overlaping UV coordinates.
*broom fibres object has simple UV mapping assigned with overlapping UV coordinates.
*Materials are prepared for Corona and Scanline renderers
*Scanline materials are greatly simplified and may not give exact look as in preview images
*Model has 5 unique high quality textures ranging from 2000x200 to 3000x3000 px resolution. And additional mask texture 512x512 px resolution.
*FBX - contains simplified materials
*OBJ - contains simplified materials
*STL - has no materials, has no UV coordinates
*max files for Corona and Scanline renderers in both 2011 and 2014 versions.
*3ds max materials files for Corona and Scanline renderers.
*textures in one archive
*Model in FBX file has subdivision applied.
*Model in OBJ and STL files are without subdivision applied.
*Preview images are rendered with Corona renderer.
*Render scene is not included.