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About the model: - To mimic the text of the glass monogram a simple map is used. if you want to use any other name just simply change that text to yours. - Non-overlapping clean UV - High quality polygonal model, correctly scaled for an accurate representation of the original object. - This model was constructed with utmost care and attention to detail, with clean edge flow. (please check wireframe images). - Both smooth version and unsmooth version are available in obj format as well. - Model is built to real-world scale. - System unit setup used- centimeter. - The model includes light rig. - No Photoshop or compositing used, Product is ready to render. Just download and hit render. - Objects are organized by layers / groups. - Model is exported to other formats in its base mesh. - Minimum 1000pix texture resolution used. - Textures are tileable - This model contains  polygons with TurboSmooth ON (set to  iterations.) - Its ready to multiply subdivision reasonably. - Colors can be easily modified. - Different parts of the model are named properly. 3ds Max models are grouped for easy selection. - No part-name confusion when importing several models into a scene. - No cleaning up necessary—just drop your models into the scene and start rendering. - No additional plugin is needed to open the model.
File Formats: - 3ds Max 2011 V-Ray scene (native application) - OBJ (works with most 3D applications, if you are not using Native application ) - FBX (works with almost all Autodesk 3D applications, if you are not using Native application ) - 3DS (works with most 3D applications, if you are not using Native application )