South Korean artist Park Chen-gel (Park Chan-girl) is not a supporter of the smelting of old metal products. The problem of ecology is especially acute in the modern world. Enterprises are proud of their “clean” products made from natural, rapidly decomposing materials. The world is literally obsessed with the conservation of nature. However, it remains unclear what to do with the fact that it does not turn into a humus in a few years. The author named his project “Sliced Images” (“Sliced Images”).
The archive contains 4 versions of the figurine, on the shelf. For the best view, you can add a TurboSmooth modifier. The model has the correct grid (only quadrilaterals).
Files are made in version 2013 and saved in version 2010, so it is recommended to open them in versions 3dsMax 2010 and higher. For the render, Vray (2.30.01) and Corona Renderer (1.4) were used. For Corona render, it is recommended to put a version not lower than 1.4, if your version is older than 3.1, be careful, in the materials in the BRDF section, select Blinn, Phong or Ward - which is preferable to you. Also in the archive additional FBX format for each visualizer.
Single Dimension: 124 x 120 x 247
Single Polys: 13,618
Single Verts: 13,892
Total Dimension: 523 x 120 x 247
Total Polys: 54 476
Total Verts: 55,568
Box Trick: Yes
Model Parts: 12
Render: V-Ray 2.30, Corona 1.4
Formats: 3Ds Max 2010, FBX