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Replica of Rodin's Thinker. The 3D Model was created in 1999.
This is a rigged version for Maya 2015. A demo video of the thinker dancing can be downloaded on the right side of this page. For an unrigged version of the Thinker, see TurboSquid product ID 496225 (included in this package)
The model is rigged with 108 bones including bones for fingers, toes, jaw and 8 roll bones for the arms and legs. A HumanIK adapter rig operates 'on top' of this base skeleton and allows easy binding to the HumanIK system. For a preview of the deformations, see the mp4 demo animation on the right side of this page.
Polycounts: Body: 15.096 (Catmull-Clark Subdivision Surface) Stone Base: 104.288 The base is quads only - The Thinker's body is mostly quads with a few triangles (see wireframe thumbnails).
Both parts are UV Mapped
.MA (128 MB zipped) weighted dual quaternion bind / mila material with 8K² displacement map applied
.FBX (7 MB) weighted dual quaternion bind / basic phong material. Uses the same displacement map as the ma archive.