This is a model of a Sparton 566 'Bluebird' radio, released in 1935. Designed by Walter Dorwin Teague, the radio has been a classic collectible for art deco lovers.
The model was made and rendered in Modo 801, and uses subdivision surfaces - environment, wood texture and some procedural textures are included with Modo, and the scene references those.
An OBJ format is provided for other applications, this is not textured (and the Modo texture and environment are of course not inlcuded). The OBJ version has had the Subdivision Surfaces frozen, so is regular polygon only. The grey material images show the OBJ format model.
UV mapping was only required for the wooden case, all other items use materials or procedural textures only.
A PNG with alpha map is included as a supporting item, used to make the numbers and text on the dial.
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