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Battle Axe

Battle Axe

Modeled in Blender 2.74. Rendered with Cycles. Author of PBR shader for Cycles - Tynaud (on Blendswap). You can see interactive preview at: Visual appearance of the model on renders may differ from what you will see in the interactive preview. Preview renders accompanying this model are what you'll see after opening .blend file and pressing "Render"("F12").

Blender scene (.blend) contains the axe and the scene (three light sources and a camera). The scene is ready for render with all materials and textures applied . The model is also available in .obj, .fbx and .dae file formats (which do not include materials and the scene, only the model itself).

There are four (base color, metal, rough, normal)+four(diffuse, spec, gloss, normal) 4096x4096 texture files in .png file format. These textures can be downloaded in separate archives. Archives with .blend, .dae, .obj, .fbx in their names include according file format plus 4 textures for metal/rough workflow. Textures may need to be reapplied in the software of your choice to work.

Polygon count: 2782 vertices, 2771 polygons, 5542 triangles. Polygons type: quads only.

Objects and materials are named distinctively so you can apply materials of your choice if needed. Original measurement system - centimeters. The model is centered and has the reasonable size (17.2 x 3.3 x 50.0 cm//6.8 x 1.3 x 19.7 inches).

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions, I will be happy to answer them. Thank you for choosing my models!


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