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Arne Jacobsen created Roman Clock when he designed the Aarhus City Hall in 1942.
~ Modeled and rendered with 3ds Max 9 / V-Ray, V-Ray scene requires V-Ray plugin, the Scanline scene requires no plugins. ~ 3ds Max 9 is the native file. ~ High quality modeling that is detailed, excellent for close-ups, and architectural visualization. ~ Model is scaled to real world. ~ Added 3ds Max 9 format with V-Ray materials, and with standard materials for Default Scanline Renderer. ~ There is no scene included, just the object only. ~ Materials are named logically. ~ Objects in the files are named logically. ~ Textures are named logically. ~ Texture size is 1500 * 1500 pixel / 150 dpi. ~ 3ds Max files are with smooth (subdivision) level 2. ~ All other files where saved at 3 smooth levels. The model has Ngons also. ~ On smooth level 1&2 has Quads only.