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Chesterfield Sofa

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3ds Max 2009 V-Ray 2.4+

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:805842
Published:
Geometry:Polygonal Quads only
Polygons:459,952
Vertices:230,330
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Yes, non-overlapping
Artist
TurboSquid Member Since December 2013
Currently sells 1 products
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Description
This is a Chesterfield Style Leather Sofa based off some images I found on the Pottery Barn Website. While the model is fairly poly heavy it includes all the subdivision you will ever need, don't be fooled by other models that are sent without subdivision this poly level is ready for close up rendering.

Materials:
6 production ready materials are included (2 leather and 4 fabric) as well as a guide on customization (making additional colors). All the wrinkles are done using a bump map, the guide also covers how to adjust them if you want more/less defined wrinkles. All the materials are optimized to provide realistic looking renders without rendering forever.

Textures:
1024x1024 custom seamless fabric bump map (you can use this over and over on other models)
2048x2048 custom seamless leather bump map (you can use this over and over on other models)
1024x1024 custom seamless wrinkle bump map(you can use this over and over on other models)
4096x4096 mask used to control the placement of wrinkles (this is specific to this model although it will show you the technique it is not directly applicable to other models)

Scene:
The scene includes the model (including its textures) as well as a basic lighting/camera rig (not the same rig I used for the preview images FYI). Simply open the file and hit render (assuming you have Vray 2.4+ installed). It also has my Vray settings still so you can see a good fast/quality rendering setup (great for newer vray users). I have tested in Max 2009 w/Vray 2.4 and Max 2014 w/Vray 3.0, I have not noticed any compatibility issues and it renders fine in both platforms.

Thanks for looking, I would like to thank you in advance for purchasing it if you choose to do so.
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