Free Bernie Sanders Caricature 3D Low Poly

Bernie Sanders Caricature

When you need a Bernie 3D character, is here free for you as the universal healthcare should be. This Bernie Sanders Low Poly Caricature is also part of a bigger bundle  in consistent  fun and lightweight style ideal for 3D Apps made with Unity 3D.

Specifications

  • Model was made  with 3ds Max, with only around 1k polygons.
  • The unit system is 1 unit = 1 cm, and the character is 1 meter tall.
  • The material is simple standard with diffuse color.
  • Texture is small 256×256 pixels, one polygon, one color. “UV Mapped” using this MaxScript Poly Paint Tool.
  • 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!).
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Premium Bundle: More American Politicians (EARLY ACCESS)

american politicians

The premium bundle is currently in development and available on TurboSquid with 6 characters (today), and more will be added soon.  Politicians included today Dec/2/2019:

  • Joe Biden
  • Hillary Clinton
  • Bernie Sanders
  • Barack Obama
  • Donald Trump
  • Mike Pence
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