This sporty character has been made to serve as a lifeguard or swimming teacher. It has been used in visualizations of a swimming pool construction plan. But with it's neutral shirt and shorts it can function many other situations.
The character has been modeled according to world scale. It contains only quad faces. Although it has not been meant to be smoothed it does contain enough supporting edges to keep it's shape when subdivided.
It's fully rigged, up to it's hands and face. The rig doesn't contain regular control objects but is compatible with the People in Motion plugin for Cinema 4D. When you own this plugin, setting up the character is very simple. Just create a Motion Manager and a Man object and drop the entire group inside the Man object.
If you don't own the plugin you can also use the rig to position the character in a pose you like. In that case you should open the joints group and rotate the joints to create the right pose.
The character has been modeled in Cinema 4D R14 and is compatible with R12+ prime version.
All parts have been UV unwrapped and no faces are overlapping.
The FBX version has been exported with the rig included. So it will import in 3D Studio Max with joints and skin modifiers. The OBJ version is not rigged, the character has been put at it's neutral T-pose in this file.