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This is a scene of a modern seating, Blueberry armchair for interior visualisation purposes. This model is suitable for use in broadcast, high-res film close-ups, advertising, design visualization, forensic presentation, etc.
You can obtain BOTH SCANLINE MAX2011 and V-Ray MAX 2011 scenes in two different files. OBJ and FBX files and 3DS files are also included separately also due to color diversity...
All is modelled from the original photos of the product with real dimensions in cm. Model is built to real-world scale.All details have been fully modelled out.
Armchair object is grouped, layered and named architecturally correct to merge easily.
Presentation images and turntable animation are from vray renderings except the ones after the wireframe images. They are from Default SCANLINE renderings.
Each presentation image is as-is, no photoshop is used for post-process, the product is ready to render out-of-the-box satisfactorily.
For other formats, maps should be put in a folder of which path is determined by the 3d software.
All is modelled from the original photos of the product.
Colors of the shaders are easy to be adjusted nevertheless red wool fabric and brass metal shaders are to be found in the material slots...
By default it is with gray fabric material with tilable fabric1 map (fabric1.jpg 640x640). You can change easily the colors from menu bar/tools/Manage Scene States dialog as seen from the last presentation image.
The design is very special and has the steel frame and the seat made up of upholstered material made from spheres. Because it is a berries, the armchair is available in red, but you can find other version on request. It is designed by Carlo Colombo.
The dimension are: 107 cm width, 98 cm depth, 67 cm height.