Wednesday, March 6, 2013

3D Model Sales: Part XIX New Monitor Barn

 Here is a Reference render for the Monitor Barn I currently sell on TurboSquid the online Stock 3D retailer here.

 A render front 3/4 view of the subdivided model of the Barn.

 A shot in quads shows the build if the various parts in the Monitor Barn.

 The right side has four dutch doors for the four stalls on each side of this large professional styled barn.

 The parts are 100% subdivision, so the end user can add as much detail to the geometry as their processor will take.

 The back of the barn is almost a mirror of the front with the removal of the stall door replaced by a window.

 The main doors are grouped and slide across to open the barn up

 This elevated view shows off the tin roof and monitor third floor windows all around.

 Each virtual roof section is built separately as would be in the actual construction.

 A shot inside shows the post and beam construction, the wall framing of doors and windows, and the simple 2x12 redwood semi-floored in section on levels two and three.

 With the subdivision modifier removed we see the base geometry, and this is how the exports are for FBX,and OBJ formats for those in other 3D apps.

 An up angle on the front big doors on this Monitor barn.

 All doors are built from 'sticks' so mapping is a breeze.

 A Worms-eye render shows the hinge pin details and the rafters under the hot tin roof.

 The Quad Polygon Model shot from the same low angle

 All Main Parts are grouped into sets as seen in this exploded view render of the Farm Barn.

 A shot of the Post-n-Beam framing, all built out subdivision as separate named parts, great for detailed animations and assembly construction animations.

 Here is a peeled back corner view showing the various parts I built to make up the bigger sets with separate boards, battens, framing, rafters, and corbels.

3D Model Sales
Part XIX
New Monitor Barn

I sell the 3D models I build online as stock 3D models, similar to stock Photography to be used by design and graphics professionals within the various industries online at Turbosquid, the leading stock 3D model house, and for PART XVIII[19th] today, I am reviewing a large Monitor styled Barn I recently added for sale here.

I built this as a full 360 turntable model so you can go all around the Architectural Landmark. I also completely framed the structure inside with an Old School Post and Beam method, and all siding is board-n-batten built as individual parts for easy modification or animations needing the building taken apart piece by piece.

All main parts are conveniently grouped for easy selection with, the roof, the rafters, the framing and siding and windows and doors, all set up to grab and adjust fast.

A full 100% subdivision model ensures that you can increase the level of detail with the subdivision modifier applied in your program of choice as high as your processors can handle.

I export all my 3D assets to FBX and OBJ so my friends in Cinema 4D , Maya, and Soft-XSI can use these assets as well.

To view all my 3D models I sell, you can go here. If you want to see a couple of hundred of 3D models I built in the past that my prior employer still sells, you can go here too.

Cheers, THOM

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