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High detailed 3d model of 1951 Lowrider Choptop with basic interior.
Main features: » Two .max files with Brazil and Standard 3ds Max materials » MeshSmooth is still in the history (MeshSmooth level 1 is set by default) » Separate objects like body, wheels and doors » Doors can be opened » Unit system is set to metric. The dimensions are real » All textures and materials are included and assigned » Previews rendered in 3ds Max 7.0 using Brazil R/S
Special notes: » .obj format is recommended for import in other 3d software. If your software doesn't support .obj format, please use .3ds format; .obj format was exported from 3ds Max. The geometry for .obj format is set to quads » .max files can be loaded in 3ds Max 7.0 or higher. In order to use Brazil rendering setups and materials, Brazil R/S 2.0 or higher is required
Polycounts: » .max format: • no MeshSmooth: 24,600 faces and 31,500 vertices • MeshSmooth level 1: 97,800 faces and 112,000 vertices • MeshSmooth level 2: 391,300 faces and 420,000 vertices » .3ds format: • low: 48,600 faces and 31,500 vertices • medium: 195,600 faces and 112,300 vertices • high: 782,500 faces and 423,500 vertices » .c4d, .obj, and .lwo formats: • low: 24,600 faces and 31,400 vertices • medium: 97,800 faces and 112,000 vertices • high: 391,300 faces and 419,500 vertices