Wireframe Images

You must submit at least one (1) Wireframe Image that is rendered at a minimum resolution of 1920 x 1080 (16:9 aspect ratio, equivalent to 1.77). Image aspect ratios from 1.5 through 1.9 are acceptable as long as they are no smaller than 1920 in width or 1080 in height.

Wireframe images must be on a colored (non-textured) background/object with contrasting wires. Neutral tones are highly recommended, but an alternate color may be used so long as the wireframe is clearly visible. Many customers won’t even consider buying a model if there are no wireframe images of its construction!

Example of wireframe image for TurboSquid model

Model by 3Dmanak

Example of wireframe image for TurboSquid model

Model by 3Dmanak

Wireframe examples

For meshes that are subdividable, we encourage you to create two wireframe images that show the differences in the mesh.

  • Base Mesh with no subdivision applied so a customer can see exactly what was originally modeled.
  • Subdivided Mesh that has at least one iteration of subdivision applied to show a customer how your model reacts when subdivided.

All subdividable wireframe images should contain overlaid Subdivision information to indicate whether it’s a Base Mesh (Subdivision Level 0) or it’s a Subdivided Mesh (Subdivision Level 1 or higher) as shown below. You should place your overlay only in the upper half of your image so that the thumbnail row does not obscure the text.

Example of subdivision level 0 on model

Model by 3d_molier International

Example of subdivision level 2 on model

Model by 3d_molier International