A policewoman and a doctor! What could you do with this team? Again for free download in popular Low Poly 3D style. Many times, simpler is better.
- These models are made with 3ds Max, with only around 900 polygons, each one.
- The unit system is 1 unit = 1 cm, and real estimated human proportions were used.
- The material is simple standard with diffuse color.
- Texture is small 256×256 pixels shared between them, one polygon, one color. “UV Mapped” using this MaxScript Poly Paint Tool.
- They preserve the Symmetry modifier for easy costumization.
- Setup: Rigged with 3ds Max Biped system and Skin modifier.
- Skeleton structure is compatible with Unity humanoid rig. (Tested!).
- LICENSE: Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license (Attribution is required!).
- Now available compatible FREE animation pack! enjoy!
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Premium Bundle: More LowPoly Character Professions
The premium bundle at TurboSquid contains 20 low poly characters, each of them different in face features, body structure and outfit, Representing 7 professions:
- Construction workers (5)
- Doctors and nurses (5)
- Police officers (3)
- Waiters (2)
- Chefs (2)
- Firefighters (2)
- Delivery guy (1)
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