Tuesday, February 19, 2013

3D Model Sales: Part XV- A Historic 1900's Church

 A front 3/4 view of the little 1927 Craftsman Church.

 The wire frames show the build in the shingles and siding.

 The south side of the little church house[ smoothed].

 The quad model 3D render of the south side.

 On the back of the church there is a lower room for exiting and access to the basement areas.

 The Quad render of the back enclosed porch.

 A 3/4 front view showing the North side of the church with a fireplace replacing one of those great "Low Gothic" influenced windows.

 The Quad render shows the base mesh as all exports are saved as for FBX, and OBJ.

 A front view on the main double door entryway.

 The quad view of the above front shot still has just over 500K faces as this is extremely detailed.

 This birds-eye view shows the clay shingles, cupola, and fireplace with flashing all up top on this 360 3D Stock model I sell online here.

 The subdivided [smoothed] birds eye view tightens up the geometry for the final images you would need.

 The cupola has a bell and ringing are with cord as well as framing, shingles trim, and flashing.

 The quad 3D view shows my build up close.

 The basement windows swing up and have a support bar to hold them up , and the file has these parts all linked to the hinge pin for easy adjusting open or closed.

 The fireplace has a small clean-out cast iron frill inset into the stucco brick framed chimney.

 A worms eye dramatic angle on the steps at the front of this Historic Little Church with the double Low Gothic inspired doors.

 The quad render shows the base build, which is fine for long and wide shots so you need only add subdivision for the close up work.

 A 3/4 Birds eye back view with the typical squared off regular windows all out back on the structure.

 The back view subdivided at one level in this render.

Here is the exploded view showing the various grouped objects to select and adjust for the CG artists and Architects who use stock 3D Models.

3D Model Sales
Part XV
Historic 1900's Church

I sell my 3D models online at Turbosquid, the leading stock 3D model house,  so for this PART XV[15th], I am reviewing a detailed model of a early 1900's little church I have just posted for sale.

You would find a small chuch like this in almost every small town in America during the last century, as an iconic structure in these small towns from Cape Cod, to the West coast. Many are gone now, or converted to a family house as this one was in Colorado.

This small American church has a strong Arts and Crafts influence in the design as it was built at the end of that movement in Architecture in 1927, and that was my primary influence as my reference building is from Louviers, Colorado.

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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