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  • Free Lowpoly Donald Trump 3D CharacterFree Lowpoly Donald Trump 3D Character Lowpoly Donald Trump 3D Character is a minimalist artistic representation inspired by the most relevant features of the real person. Rigged in 3ds Max and ready to use for animations and games. Includes FBX format and Unity Demo. Brought for you, by me, for FREE download using Creative Commons Attribution…
  • Fix Non-Symmetrical vertices of 3ds Max mesh to use with Symmetry Tool (SCRIPT: pXSymmetryTool)Fix Non-Symmetrical vertices of 3ds Max mesh to use… Imagine you want to use the useful Symmetry Tool dialog in 3ds Max to create Morph Targets and when you select your model it detects many vertices as non-symmetrical. Fix that manually is painful and I didn't find any quick solution out there. Then I made this script.It will fix…
  • $39.00 hamburger!? Who would buy 3D Digital Models?$39.00 hamburger!? Who would buy 3D Digital Models? I asked myself the same question years ago when I had only a dozen of models published at TurboSquid, and gradually I realized that the number of situations can lead people to buy a 3D digital model could be countless and certainly was growing. There are innumerable kind of 3D…
  • Joining Images to Create Sprite Sheet: Update to pX SpritesRender ScriptJoining Images to Create Sprite Sheet: Update to pX… I made this free script a few years ago for easy rendering of multiple views of an animated character in 3ds Max.  My script leave the rendered frames as separated images, and I recommended the use of free utility "Glueit" to join them after. Recently I noticed the link to…
  • Is any 3D character good for my game?Is any 3D character good for my game? Since the beginning of 3D animation, we are seeing 3D graphics in two forms. Offline rendering in animation movies and advertisement and realtime rendering in simulations and games.  Each purpose has its own requirements and limitations and that's why the short answer to the title is no. Most of the times, any…