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Mountain Bike

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- All Extended Uses
Included Formats
3ds Max 2008 V-Ray 1,5
3ds Max 2008 mental ray
Other Textures

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:717229
Geometry:Polygonal Quads/Tris
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Yes, non-overlapping
TurboSquid Member Since March 2004
Currently sells 142 products
Product Rating
21 Ratings Submitted
Realistic, fully textured 3d model of a mountain bike.

Comes in four colors: green, blue, orange and white.

Real world scaling using centimeters unit.

Every detail modeled.

Well suited for closeups.
Clean, smoothable geometry.

Topology based on quad polys.

The bike parts are organized based on the motion logic of a real bike for animation purposes (see image) .

Efficiently unwrapped UVs on every object. The UVs are non-overlapping and well laid out on the texture space.

The model is textured with maps ranging from 512X512 to 4096X4096 px textures resolution.

The maps come in layered PSD files.

The PSD files have all layers intact for modification if needed so you can easily modify per your liking the colors or other texture aspects.

The Max scene files come with two rendering setups: V-Ray and mental ray.
Both have similar output quality.

The model was originally created in 3ds Max 2008 and rendered with V-Ray.

For softwares like Maya, XSI, Cinema 4D, Lightvawe, Blender you can use the .obj and .fbx files by importing them into your application.
Use the naming and organization image available in the accompanying product file from the download list as a guide to rebuild the materials in your own 3d application.

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There is a slideshow containing all the images of the model, you can check the slide from the downloadable previews area on the right side, thank you.
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