Crow - rigged - animated - Standard - PBR - VRAY Low-poly

Crow - rigged - animated - Standard - PBR - VRAY Low-poly 3D model

Verification details of the FBX file
FBX file format
Supported object types
No N-gonsManifold geometryNo faceted geometry
Textures and Materials
Missing required texturesPower of 2 texture sizesNo embed texturesAssigned materialsTexture aspect ratio
UV unwrapped modelNo overlapped UVs per UV island
Allowed characters


Rigged and Animated for:
LightWave 8.5 and up
Lightwave 2019 PBR maps
3ds Max 8 and up
3DS MAX 2017 and up PBR maps
3DS MAX 2017 and up VRAY 3.4 maps
Cinema4D R-13 and up
MAX 2009 generated FBX
OBJ - includes base object and all morph taraget objs

All models come with several pre-animated scenes to get you started.

The wings are animated using the 3 bones within each. The wings are folded using one of several morph targets.

You can also make adjustments, like spreading the wing tip feathers and spreading the tail using morph targets.

The main controlling object is the ROOT bone

I have provided several scene files to get you started:
Fly loop

The feet and legs are controlled by LT-Foot and RT-Foot respectively. (Lightwave)
The feet and legs are controlled by LT-FootControl and RT-FootControl respectively. (Max)

There is 1 'neck' bone, a 'head' bone and a 'lower beak' bone.

There are 25 Morph targets. (Lightwave)
There are 18 Morph targets. (Max)
There are 25 Morph targets. (C4D)

The 'Mouth' phonemes are controlled by 8 Morph targets:
located when you select the CROW mesh and go to Object => Properties => Deform (Lightwave)
located when you select the CROW mesh and go to Modify => Morpher (Max)

But the mouth can be opened and closed with a bone as well.

The wings are controlled by 3 bones each
and have 1 Morph position, to spread the wing tips and 5 morph positions to fold the wing

Fold1, Fold2, Fold3, Fold4, Fold5, Fold6, Tips-Spread (Lightwave)
Fold5, Fold6, Tips-Spread (Max)
The Tail spread is controlled via Morph target TailSpread, the Tail bone controls position and rotation.

The toes are controlled by 12 bones on each foot.

To fold the wings use the morphs noted above.

But if you have positioned the wings by moving the bones, AND you try to use morph targets to fold them, you WILL have some pretty weird distortions that will freak you out.

Don't panic, the solution is to 'zero' out your wing bone positions, as or just before you apply the 'Morph' targets.

The model is made hi resolution by using Sub-Patching, so the actual geometry is much less than the rendered geometry.

Real Geometry:
29992 verticies
23748 polygons
Real Geometry:
30105 verticies
23243 polygons
Real Geometry:
29926 verticies
38213 polygons

the maps are RGB or greyscale, 150dpi, 2000px X 2000px

Additional Youtube previews:

Crow Anim Color HI

Crow Anim Grey HI

Crow Anim Grey LO

Crow TT Color HI

Crow TT Grey HI

Crow TT Grey LO

Take Off Cam2

Take Off Cam1

Land 01

FlyLoop 01

172110175 2022-05-25 17:58:14 UTC
Hi, one big ask, does the crow in cinema is rigged yet?
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4mylgl6 2022-06-24 14:50:00 UTC
Great model and artist was very helpful and responsive. Highly recommended.
Crow - rigged - animated - Standard - PBR - VRAY Low-poly
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3D Model formats

Format limitations
  • Lightwave (.lwo, .lw, .lws) (2 files)38.3 MBVersion: 8.5Renderer: Default Version: 2019Renderer: Default
  • Autodesk 3ds Max (.max) (6 files)226 MBVersion: 8Renderer: Mental Ray Version: 2017Renderer: Mental Ray Version: 2017Renderer: V-Ray 3.4
  • Cinema 4D (.c4d)74.3 MB
  • Autodesk FBX (.fbx) (4 files)63.4 MB
  • OBJ (.obj, .mtl)34.3 MB

3D Model details

  • Publish date2019-04-16
  • Model ID#1954492
  • Animated approved
  • Rigged approved
  • VR / AR / Low-poly
  • PBR
  • Geometry Polygon mesh
  • Polygons 23,748
  • Vertices 29,992
  • Textures
  • Materials
  • UV Mapping
  • Unwrapped UVs Overlapping
  • Plugins used
  • Ready for 3D Printing