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Model and previews created in 3ds Max 2018 with Vray 3.6
Archives contains: MAX 2018 file with Vray 3.6 materials, mapping and textures MAX 2017 file with Vray 3.4 materials, mapping and textures MAX 2016 file with Vray 3.4 materials, mapping and textures MAX 2016 file with Corona 1.6 materials, mapping and textures MAX 2016 file with scanline basic materials MAX 2014 file with scanline basic materials 3DS, DWG, FBX and OBJ file conversion
MAX and FBX versions have all separated parts with meaningful names. MAX file includes adjusted pivot points for easy positioning and animation. Environments are not included.
Frame from Skagerak is a bowl reduced to the skeleton. The Frame bowls form was inspired by the framework of a wooden ship. The form lifts off of the table and is decorative and functional. Fruits, vegetables and other small things find their place in the Frame bowl. The bowls content is always visible because of the spaces between the wooden bars. Frame is an example for a loosely and transparent design made of wood. The Frame bowl consists of high quality teak wood. The main idea behind Frame was to manufacture as much as possible from as little material as possible. This is a product process-project that uses resources that would be lost other ways.