Realistic detailed 3D model retoploygized from a photogrammetric scan - High and Low polygon quad meshes with 4K textures.
Designed for use with physically based non-biased renders, unwrapped non-overlapping surface UVs for good lighting results.
Low and High Resolution Models: Polygons: Hi-Res: 40128 | Low-Res: 2444 Vertices: Hi-Res: 22073 | Low-Res: 1218 UV Resolution: 4096 x 4096 pixels
Materials: Diffuse Glossiness Height Reflection Normal maps
Formats: 3Ds Max 2013 VRay - 3.3, 3Ds Max 2014 VRay - 3.3, 3Ds Max 2015 VRay - 3.3, 3Ds Max 2016 VRay - 3.3, OBJ 3DS FBX
Scene Information: The preview images are render outputs of high resolution version of model The system unit is [cm] This is a scanned asset
The Lion of Venice is an ancient bronze winged lion sculpture in the Piazza San Marco of Venice, Italy, which came to symbolize the city as well as one of its patron saints, St Mark after its arrival there in the 12th century. The Lion sculpture has had a very long and obscure history, probably starting its existence as a winged lion-griffin statue on a monument to the god Sandon at Tarsus in Cilicia (Southern Turkey) about 300 BC. The figure, which stands on the eastern column, at some point came to represent the Lion of Saint Mark, traditional symbol of Saint Mark the evangelist. The figure standing on the western column is St. Theodore of Amasea, patron of the city before St Mark, who holds a spear and stands on a crocodile (to represent the dragon which he was said to have slain). It is also made up of parts of antique statues and is a copy, the original being kept in the Doge's Palace.