Grenade | Visualact
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Grenade

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Grenade.

Type: OBJ
UVW: No
File Size: 866 kb

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Description

The Grenade 3d model is provided to you for free to test out Survival Shader and Light pack.

 

Survival Shader Pack is an Autodesk Maya 2017 and Arnold 5.0 material library designed to make it easy for CG Artist, VFX Artist, Industrial Designers, and Architecture visualization to create stunning 3d rendered images. You can use Survival Shader pack with a minimum knowledge about rendering in Autodesk Maya. Just assign your materials to your 3d object, tweak your lights and press render. Survival Shader Pack is created to make your rendering process less painful and more fun. With an easy quick access to the whole material library, you can quickly see your 3d model in action. If you are a big industrial design studio, a small VFX boutique or freelance 3d artist,  Survival Shader Pack is everything you need to get you started to create stunning 3d renders.

AreaLight Pro for Autodesk Maya 2017 and Arnold 5.0 has all the Areal Light – Basic’s features, plus it has two different spotlight heads that affect the spreading of the light. This light is similar to a real photography softbox light. If you need more control over your light and shadows, this is your go to light to achieve that.

 

AreaLight Basic for Autodesk Maya 2017 and Arnold 5.0 is your everyday light tool to create stunning 3d render images. It has a few useful options to help you quickly achieve the lighting you like without too much moving around to find the right spot using Dolly, Zoom, Pan, Tilt, Scale, which can be achieved locally and globally based on the light position.

 

Skydome for Autodesk Maya 2017 and Arnold 5.0 helps you quickly set up your HDR lighting system. The Sun indicator helps you quickly find the right spot of the sun based on your HDR image and you are all set. Skydome options are World Rotation, Sun Switch, Azimuth, Elevation, Shadow Angle, Background Switch. To learn more, watch the video below.