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3D Pool Balls (Billiard Ball Set) SketchUp

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SketchUp 8
Product_Description_and_Tips.zip
Product Description and Tips
PT001_Cue_Ball_for_Pool_Table_by_drc3D_.zip

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:651552
Published:
Geometry:Polygonal Quads only
Polygons:1,236
Vertices:2,881
Textures:No
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:Yes
UV Mapped:No
Unwrapped UVs:Yes, non-overlapping
Artist
TurboSquid Member Since November 2004
Currently sells 4 products
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Product Rating
1 Rating Submitted
bveliz
Feb 13, 2012
Amazing! Very realistic.
Description
Google SketchUp 3D Pool Balls (Billiard Ball Set).

This is the realistic SUper3D Version (note: SU = SketchUp) with active surface glint (specular highlights). This exclusive feature adds an illusion of gloss to the model's surface. What is more, . . . IT MOVES !   As the viewing angle changes, the glint reacts much as a real light reflection would. You may observe this in our turntable examples on the TurboSquid download page. This special feature is RTSR (Real-Time Self-Rendering) and works in all versions of SketchUp using functions that are native to the program itself --- just copy and paste the model into your scenes.

This product has been carefully engineered for high detail accuracy to allow for extreme close-up viewing, yet the file size has been kept to a minimum by employing a component based (or instanced) structure.

The Glint Feature may also be hidden or removed (i.e.-As before loading this model into 3D MAX or other editing program or before rendering in a ray-tracing application). Simply click on any ball until the glint component is selected. Hiding or deleting only one will hide or delete them on every ball.

Each ball has a removable guide 'pin' on the bottom to assist in precise placement from below (i.e.-When putting balls into a rack, the 'move tool' likes something to hold on to). However, if and when you wish to remove these pins, just click on one of them until it is highlighted, then delete. Removing just one on any 'striped' ball, and then one on any 'solid' ball will remove them all.
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