Two variations of a basic wooden bench (like one you would see in a park). There is a low-poly version (good for games) with 524 tris, and a high(er) poly version with 5,296 tris. The high poly version has a metal frame, and the low poly version has a wooden frame. Both have nails with the same number of tris (it might look lower poly if you zoom up close on it in the high poly model). I hope you enjoy this model!
Wood, sky, and grass texture included in the download. Also, the first preview image when you click to open more images was before I updated how reflective the metal was (it’s now more reflective than in that image).
P.S. I use Blender to do all my animating and 3d modeling. Because of that, some of the extensions don’t export very well (or just don’t import well back into Blender; they might import better into other programs); there are generally a few issues with the formats other than .blend. If you have Blender at all, I recommend just using the .blend file; it’s all set up and everything. – 3DS: Imports without (complete; all the material nodes vanished) materials or textures. It does keep UV maps though. Also, it imports the metal frame with flat shading; you’ll have to smooth that separately of the wood planks or they look bad. – OBJ: Imports without (complete) materials or textures. It does have a UV map still. Shading (as far as smooth vs. flat) seems to be right. – FBX: Imports without (complete) materials or textures. Contains a UV map. Shading seems to be right.