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FORMATS
NATIVE
Maya 2008  |  Default Scanline
3ds Max 2008  |  Default Scanline
Softimage 2010  |  mental ray
Lightwave 9.6  |  Default Scanline
Cinema 4D R18  |  Physical
Blender 2.82  |  EEVEE Renderer
FBX 2009
OBJ
3D Model Specifications
2,755 Polygons
2,838 Vertices
Subdivision Geometry
Textures
Materials
UV Mapped
non-overlapping Unwrapped UVs
Rigged
Animated
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Realistic Barracuda Fish
Rigged & Animated.

Features:
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1. Animated with a loopable swimming sequence.
2. Optimized & clean model topology that can be further subdivided for high detailed rendering.*
3. Fully textured and materials applied.
4. High resolution UV unwrapped 4096 x 4096 texture map
5. Opacity map included for fins transparency.
6. Mouth opening & fins closing controlled by morph targets, set-up appropriately in all 3D applications.


*The original model is smoothened using TurboSmooth in Max, PolySmoothFace in Maya, Subpatch in XSI & Lightwave, HyperNurbs in C4D & Subdivision in Blender, which renders exactly like the preview images, yet preserving the original low mesh density like the wireframe preview.

The user only need to crank up the subdivision to get a high poly & detailed mesh for rendering, OR crank down the subdivision for a low poly mesh while animating.

subdivision 0 ( original mesh ) : 2755 polys
subdivision 1 ( preview images ) : 11018 polys ==========================================

No special plugins needed.
Just load and animate!

All formats are tested in their respective 3D applications, re-worked if necessary to ensure compatibility.

MotionCow is the publisher of high quality photorealistic 3D Models & we proudly stand behind all our products.
Pls do not hesitate to contact us if you need help with our models.

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