|3ds Max 2008||V-Ray 1.5 RC5|
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Mar 16, 2011
|The Empire Bike 2 Eighty .obj import to Poser Pro 2010 a little off scale (100/150 Ratio and 270 degrees). The rear and front fender seem to need shader touch up. To bad I''m still learning.Wish I could get Poser Pro 2010 to import the .3ds files. I''m sure it would have been easier to change appearance. A Poser Pro 2010 version with full setup (body rig) would probably sell millions. Over all a nice product.|
Apr 1, 2013
Jul 30, 2013
|Great design. The .OBJ file seems off scale but not hard to fix in blender. Though a free design tool, it works great with both .3ds and .obj files. Upon first opening, can't see bike until scrolling in then can only scroll so far until the bike disappears from the screen. If the size or scale could be fixed, it'd be as lot easier to work with. Well worth the 30.00 charge. keep the bike designs coming.|
May 16, 2016
|This is an awesome bike for the money. Works great in Daz Studio with a few little tweaks, doing a render in Octane with it as I write this.|
NOTE: Vray is required for the first Max scene.
The 'obj.zip' is only geometry with texture Mapping coords.No materials attached.
You can take the maps from the .max.zip. and use them.
The price is only 30$, becouse this is my first motorcycle,who i make.
After one month selling the price will another...,not 30.