Daniel 7 terrifying beasts Winged Lion Statue - Hi Poly 3D print asset and Lo Poly UV unwrapped textured model.
This pack includes:
3D printable statue in a number of different formats. Prepped and ready fo 3D print with a solid base.
- Lo Poly Maya scene all setup with materials and textures all setup for rendering in Arnold 5. You can take this setup and render the model in any position you like.
- Lo Poly obj, ma, mb. slt. dae, ass, fbx, files for you import into your 3D application of choice. (.ma and .mb are already setup with the appropriate textures and materials)
- 29 Texture maps (8192x8192) Base Color, Roughness, Normal, AO, Thickness, Curvature. (Set your metallness is 0)
- zbrush hi poly sculpted scene complete with full subdivision level for you to edit.
- zbrush decimated model for a lower res sculpted version you can import into your 3d application for rendering.
-Hi Res Rendered images you can use royalty free. (An artist credit would be much appreciated if possible)
The lion, considered as the king of the land, is one of the most widely known animal symbols. It has been used in paintings and carvings, finds a mention in literature, and has been depicted on flags.
The lion is one of the most preferred symbols of leadership and emperors. Since many centuries, it has been used as a sign for all that is considered as majestic because of its noble character, alertness, courage, strength, and power. It is seen in the Asian, African, and European cultures. It is carved on or erected as a statue on buildings, and believed to safeguard castles, bridges, churches, and tombs. It is also symbolic of values like self-control, strength, courage, and power. At present, the animal is mostly used as a symbol of fearlessness as the roar of the animal is firm and strong. The lion has also been highlighted in fables of the 6th century.
What does the statue represent in the seventh chapter of The Book of Daniel?
The lion of Daniel 7 has eagle's wings, a further reference to Babylon. Archaeology has revealed that a lion with eagle's wings was a common symbol in Babylonian designs and sculptures. Moreover, the eagle often symbolizes the sun god. This means that the sun god powers the lion. This union of the human element with the sun god is in defiance of the true God.
The religion of Babylon forms the basis of all pagan religions, making Babylon a fitting symbol for the end- time confederacy of religious powers aligned against God and His people. This confederacy will control events at the end of time and is portrayed in Daniel 2 as the feet of iron and clay. In the closing stages of Earths history, a power resembling Babylon will once again control the planets events.