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Cartoon Excavator Low Poly

Low poly excavator has; high level of detail, including small body elements, pistons, gears for caterpillar like in real excavator. Accurate forms of polygonal shapes, give this model more simplicity and elegance. The model was originally created in Cinema 4D. Rendering standard.


Features of Low Poly Excavator

  • Model's are optimized for easy import into any existing project
  • No special plugin needed to open scene
  • All materials have their titles
  • Correct and simple mesh
  • Very easy to change
  • Clear hierarchy of models
  • Model's are ready for animation

What included in model

  • Low Poly Excavator
  • Platform

3D Formats

  • .max (3Ds Max),
  • .c4d (cinema 4d),
  • .mb (Maya),
  • .blend (Blender),
  • .fbx (multi format),
  • .obj (multi format)

Item details

  • Animated: NO
  • Low Poly: YES
  • Materials: YES
  • Rigged: NO
  • Textured: NO
  • UV Layout: NO
  • Created IN: Cinema 4d

Hope you like it! Also check out my other models) If you intend to buy the models, please leave feedback in the comments and rate me. If you have questions you can drop me a message on Creative Market or write me an email: lowpolylab@gmail.com

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