New kids on the Blog

New kids on the Blog

This week's new kids on th blog are high quality photorealistic 3D models of a pears.

Its not only two whole pears but also one halve and a quarter pear...so let your imagination free and buy it for use in al your renders!

This week's new kids on th blog are high quality photorealistic 3D models of a pears.

Its not only two whole pears but also one halve and a quarter pear...so let your imagination free and buy it for use in al your renders!

With our models you have complete creative freedom and are able to stage your project exactly to your or your client whishes. You can adjust lights and scenes with ease and still keep high quality realistic renders.

This model is perfect for use in food advertising, commercials or as a part in interior renders, etc. Your imagination is the limit! If you want realism, search no further, we can deliver it. And if you cannot find what you are looking for yet...our shop expands weekly and we also can deliver on demand. Just drop us a mail.

The royalty free 3D model can be used straight away with C4DtoA R16 and higher, C4D R16 and higher (backwards compatible until R12) or as a wavefront object (obj.) for 3DMax, Maja, Modo, Blender and all other 3D software.

For C4D and C4DtoA the complete scenes are also provided included with all materials and the correct camera and lighting. The only thing you need to do is to include it in your scene and hit the render button.

And to make the deal even better we also include a HDRI map of a kitchen.

All used materials included.
Textures in .tif format, resolution 4096 pixels x 4096 pixels

Scenes are provided as is, so what you see is what you get! And the render examples shown below are straight renders made in Cinema 4D without any photoshopping.

 

Check it out in our shop!

 

Regards,

CG-Moa team

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