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3D Sapper Robot Centaur model

Sep 17, 2021
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FORMATS
NATIVE
Blender 2.79b  |  Cycles Render
Cinema 4D 2020  |  Maxwell
Maya 2020  |  Maya Software
3ds Max 2012  |  mental ray
3D Studio
Other
Collada
FBX
OBJ
STL
DirectX
Robot_Centaur_FLIR_Reference.rar
Robot_Centaur_FLIR_Textures.rar
3D Model Specifications
82,572 Polygons
90,084 Vertices
Polygonal Quads/Tris Geometry
Textures
Materials
UV Mapped
non-overlapping Unwrapped UVs
Product ID: 1783056
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Realistic realtime super high detailed Sapper Robot Centaur FLIR model with high resolution textures and PBR maps.

The model has clean topology and it is good in any iteration of smoothing/subdiv.

Game ready model - can be used in game engines and realtime scenes.

Unity, Cryengine, Unreal engine friendly.

Blender 2.79 and 2.9+ friendly.

=======FEATURES==========

- The units of measurement during the creation process were meters.

- Clean and optimized topology is used for maximum polygon efficiency.

- No extra plugins are needed for this model.

- The model consists of 2 meshes;

- Each part of the mesh can be changed, removed, separated or joined.

- Each mesh has fully unwrapped UVs.

- The model has 2 pbr materials, clear UV, textures and maps.

The material includes 4096x4096 .png textures (Base Color, Metalness, Normal, Roughness, AO and Emissive maps).

All textures are in .png file format.

All textures, fonts and extra files are in 'Supporting items'. There are also textures in 'Blender' archive.

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Model is in 3ds .blend, max (2012) .dae, .fbx, .obj, x3d (Extensible 3D), .stl,.c4d, .mb file formats. (.blend is native file format). Made and configured in Blender 2.79b from scratch.

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Scene render used free hdri maps and backgrounds from HDRI haven (not included).

NOTE: This model may contains poles (more than 5 edges that converge to a single vertex)

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Best regards,

Cordy

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