DJI MAVIC PRO 3D model ready to render complete with scene setup, “bundled” and “non bundled” versions(not rigged)turntable: https://youtu.be/8QJQ0mnqEc0
Polycount(no suddiv, “low poly” version): 104.200 / Vertexcount: 58.221 Polycount(suddiv level 1): 319.504 / Vertexcount: 171.201 Polycount(suddiv level 2): 1.179.704 / Vertexcount: 611.957
Highly detailed model of the DJI MAVIC PRO quadcopter. The model has real world scale.
included materials in max files(materials only work in combination with 3ds Max 2013 and the respective renderer):
- Mental Ray (comes with 3ds Max 2013) - Corona 1.5 (you need the Corona renderer Plugin for 3ds Max) - Vray 3.2 (you need the Vray renderer Plugin for 3ds Max)
included file formats:
- 3DS max 2013 - fbx (no materials, only model) - obj (no materials, only model) (This means that fbx and obj need some manual creating of materials and assigning of textures to make them ready to render.) - textures in png format
The max models have modifiers like UV Map / instanced Turbosmooth / Symmetry for custom tweaking.
Textures are included (unzip in same folder as max files), maybe you’ll have to relink because of your different path structure (you can use the free “relink bitmaps” script by Colin Senner).
Additionally, the model comes with a render setup – ready to render – for Vray & Corona & Mental Ray. All objects are named & and on their respective layers(layers are “scene_setup” / “dji_mavic_pro” / “dji_mavic_pro_folded”).(!) ATTENTION, read carefully:
- no unwrapped UVs – this could be important if you want to use the model for example in a game engine - the model is not rigged - the model is not suitable for 3d print - it is an artistic representation of the subject, it is not 100% technically accurate, but still highly detailed – optimised for visualisation purposes Thanks for your attention, I hope you’ll have fun with it. If any problems occur, feel free to contact me and I’ll try my best to help.
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