Male Swimsuit

Male Swimsuit Low-poly 3D model

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

3D Scanned Clothing item: Male Swimsuit

Scanned using photogrammetry this model, Male Swimsuit makes for fine photorealistic shape and detail. The famous Belgian costume designer, Huis Baeyens, designed the original clothing. They granted Polygonal Miniatures permission for scanning and selling part of their catalog, which consists of roughly 100.000 costumes.

My workflow starts with dressing an in-house designed and 3D printed mannequin with the clothing item. A 10-camera setup captures this item alongside a turntable, Arduino trigger system and 4 flashes. Capturing Reality then processes the resulting images. Self-written Python code controls aligning, meshing, texturing and export. Similar scripts handle rendering and organizing the data. But first, Zbrush cleans the scandata and exports a low and high poly file. Xnormal bakes a normal map from these files, fully automatically, using Python.

A drawback of scandata, in addition to content generated with Marvelous Designer or other design software is that it may contain occluded areas (no texture information), baked shadows and permanent folds. These glitches and shortcomings become apparent in extreme animations and avatar deformation, so use caution.

Multiple file formats are generated:

  • DAE Collada: Male_Swimsuit.dae
  • Autodesk FBX: Male_Swimsuit.fbx
  • Stereolithography STL: Male_Swimsuit.stl
  • Autodesk Maya: Male_Swimsuit.ma
  • Wavefront OBJ: Male_Swimsuit.obj
  • Zbrush 2021 ZTL: Male_Swimsuit.ztl
  • glTF GLB: Male_Swimsuit.glb

Zip archive: Male_Swimsuit-OBJ-Low.zip ~11.51 MB has the following file contents:

  • Low Poly OBJ/mtl: Male_Swimsuit.obj / Male_Swimsuit.mtl
    • Vertices: 9.999
    • Faces: 19.828
  • 8k (8192px x 8192px) Normal Map (JPG): Male_Swimsuit_normals.jpg
  • 8k (8192px x 8192px) Albedo/Texture Map (JPG): Male_Swimsuit_uv_1v.jpg

Zip archive: Male_Swimsuit-OBJ-High.zip ~188.36 MB has the following file contents:

  • High Poly OBJ/mtl: Male_Swimsuit.obj / Male_Swimsuit.mtl
    • Vertices: 1.864.209
    • Faces: 3.725.531
  • 8k (8192px x 8192px) Albedo/Texture Map (JPG): Male_Swimsuit_uv_1v.jpg

Zip archive Male_Swimsuit_High-Res_Renderings.zip provides 12 Transparant PNG turntable renders, rendered in Marmoset Toolbag.

Autodesk Maya, Reallusion's Character Creator, Poser or DAZ studio can make great renders using this clothing 3D model. Also Marvelous Designer can produce amazing looking cloth simulations using the 'import as garment' function for OBJ files. I hope you put Male Swimsuit to good use, feel free to contact me with any questions you might have regarding this model. All the best, and enjoy!

Polygonal Miniatures

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Male Swimsuit
$19.99
 
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Male Swimsuit
$19.99
 
Custom License 
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Skinning
UV mapping
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3D Model formats

Format limitations
  • Stereolithography (.stl)968 KB
  • OBJ (.obj, .mtl) (3 files)202 MB
  • Zbrush (.ztl, .zbp)782 KB
  • Collada (.dae)3.85 MB
  • Autodesk FBX (.fbx)1.69 MB
  • Autodesk Maya (.ma, .mb)2.4 MB
  • glTF (.gltf, .glb)2.95 MB
  • High-Res Renderings 12.5 MB

3D Model details

  • Publish date2022-02-02
  • Model ID#3556496
  • Animated
  • Rigged
  • VR / AR / Low-poly
  • PBR
  • Geometry Polygon mesh
  • Polygons 19,828
  • Vertices 9,999
  • Textures
  • Materials
  • UV Mapping
  • Unwrapped UVs Non-overlapping
  • Plugins used
  • Ready for 3D Printing
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