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Low Poly Saint Basil's Cathedral 3D Model, Originally created with 3ds Max 2012
Suitable for Low Poly style concept designs, presentations, animation, explaining videos, 3D printing and real-time applications like games.
|| CONCEPT & DESIGN ||
The Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed or Saint Basil's Cathedral, is a church in Red Square in Moscow, Russia.
This model is an original creation from the author based on its own knowledge and research. Was created manually from scratch trying to capture the essence of the main design features of the building, and keeping right proportions downscaled to about 1 meter.
|| SPECS ||
-1370 polygons. (Clean quads and triangles) -Single Object with Standard material and single Texture. -This model is not intended for mesh subdivision from its original concept. -Model is NOT built to real-world scale. The full mesh is about 1,30 meters tall. Using following settings: 1unit - 1 inch = 2.54cm. -No third-party rendered or plug-ins needed.
|| TEXTURES ||
512x512 PNG (1) - *This texture only define the flat colors, its resolution is irrelevant, that's why it is small 512px* Handmade Editable Texture files (.PSD) are included)
|| REAL-TIME & GAME READY ||
This model is suitable for real-time 3D simulations like games. Quick importing tests were made with Unity 5 and Unreal Engine 4. (See above images)
|| 3D PRINTING ||
Included STL format ready for 3D printing. Auto-checked with Shapeways website passed most strong plastic materials. (see image above) The model in STL format have some small modifications: Rescaled to 10cm with 1 unit = 1 cm. And fixed small walls. Note: TurboSquid Royalty free license allows only 5 3D printed physical units for personal use.