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2017-11-22, 21:02:08

sebastian_b

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Hi guys, I would like to share with you some models I've done. I will update here this post everytime I would have a new model; I hope you like it, and don't hesitate to ask any question or request you have (like upload it in other sites, or have other files extensions), I'll do my best to fulfill it :)


Warrior Head:                              https://www.cgtrader.com/free-3d-models/scanned/various/warrior-head

Ipad Pro 9.7 and Apple Pencil: https://www.cgtrader.com/free-3d-models/electronics/other/ipad-pro-and-apple-pencil
                                                     https://grabcad.com/library/ipad-pro-9-7-and-apple-pencil-1

Work Lamp Tertial:                    https://www.cgtrader.com/free-3d-models/furniture/lamp/work-lamp-tertial
                                                      https://grabcad.com/library/work-lamp-tertial-1

Samsung s7 edge:                     https://www.cgtrader.com/free-3d-models/electronics/phone/samsung-s7-edge-4d1e5210-2b16-4ffd-a337-ca28f5023190
                                                        https://grabcad.com/library/samsung-s7-edge-1

Barber Chair:                               https://www.cgtrader.com/free-3d-models/furniture/chair/barber-chair-e4bb6883-90a9-4da3-aa5b-ab524dd2fb3b
                                                        https://grabcad.com/library/barber-chair-4

Brick texture seamless:           https://www.cgtrader.com/free-3d-models/textures/architectural-textures/brick-tileable

Tropical Set Plates:                  https://www.cgtrader.com/free-3d-models/household/kitchenware/tropical-set-plates
« Last Edit: 2018-06-22, 16:10:00 by sebastian_b »

2017-11-22, 21:05:26
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sebastian_b

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Warrior Head


« Last Edit: 2017-12-09, 12:18:21 by sebastian_b »

2017-11-22, 21:06:57
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sebastian_b

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Ipad Pro 9.7 and Apple Pencil


2017-11-22, 21:08:35
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sebastian_b

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Work Lamp Tertial


2017-11-23, 08:39:15
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Nejc Kilar

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These seem fun, thank you for sharing! :)

2017-12-09, 12:23:16
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sebastian_b

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Samsung s7 edge



These seem fun, thank you for sharing! :)
Thank you :)

2017-12-11, 15:58:10
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realitybits

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Thank you Sebastian!! Oustanding models indeed.

2017-12-22, 19:10:19
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sebastian_b

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Barber Chair



Thank you Sebastian!! Oustanding models indeed.
Thank you, I'm glad you like it :)

2017-12-23, 23:08:43
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sebastian_b

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Brick texture seamless

« Last Edit: 2017-12-24, 23:55:34 by sebastian_b »

2017-12-29, 15:11:14
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sebastian_b

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« Last Edit: 2018-06-22, 16:09:31 by sebastian_b »

2018-01-08, 13:17:23
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Giorgos Zacharioudakis

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Thank you very much for your models!
Forming digital canvas with geometries shaped with lights, traveling the viewer’s mind through time and space.

2018-01-08, 16:27:03
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Thanks a lot for sharing your models.
Roland

2018-03-09, 09:32:15
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Tropical Set Plates




Thanks a lot for sharing your models.
Roland
Thank you Roland :)

Thank you very much for your models!
Thanks CloudN9 :)

2018-05-23, 10:56:11
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David Males

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2018-06-11, 11:07:16
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matsu

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Haven't downloaded any of these (yet), but thanks for sharing!

2018-06-22, 09:49:09
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sebastian_b

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Haven't downloaded any of these (yet), but thanks for sharing!
So you should :)

Great work man! Keep it up:)
Thanks David, and sorry for the late answer but I got no notification on this post :)

2019-06-22, 17:59:05
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Designerman77

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Sebastian, just checked out your models. They are very nice. Easily worth 5-15 EUR.

Can any of the specialists here maybe give Sebastian a clear answer to why quad meshes are better than tris? 

From my experience ( I‘m not a pro in this topic ) models with quads are much easier to handle if you want to re-sculpt them, for example bed cloth, curtains, etc.
Some single triangles will also sometimes be visible in some areas when rendered. In C4D normally I delete this buggy single triangle and simply recreate it. Works always.
But that’s only my observation.

I‘m sure more experienced forum members will give you a better explanation.

2019-06-22, 19:20:14
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James Vella

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From my experience ( I‘m not a pro in this topic ) models with quads are much easier to handle if you want to re-sculpt them, for example bed cloth, curtains, etc.
Some single triangles will also sometimes be visible in some areas when rendered. In C4D normally I delete this buggy single triangle and simply recreate it. Works always.
But that’s only my observation.

I‘m sure more experienced forum members will give you a better explanation.

Anything that deforms generally requires quads as it folds better.
Anything requiring sub-d quads make this easy.

Anything else or static requires nothing more. All quads are triangles anyway when you cut them in 2 (which is how real-time engines end up converting them anyway).

2019-06-22, 20:52:39
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James, thanks for your description. Correlated with my observations.

Cheers.

2019-06-24, 11:22:02
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sebastian_b

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From my experience ( I‘m not a pro in this topic ) models with quads are much easier to handle if you want to re-sculpt them, for example bed cloth, curtains, etc.
Some single triangles will also sometimes be visible in some areas when rendered. In C4D normally I delete this buggy single triangle and simply recreate it. Works always.
But that’s only my observation.

I‘m sure more experienced forum members will give you a better explanation.

Anything that deforms generally requires quads as it folds better.
Anything requiring sub-d quads make this easy.

Anything else or static requires nothing more. All quads are triangles anyway when you cut them in 2 (which is how real-time engines end up converting them anyway).

Thank you guys for the info :)