Cartoon City Block Dount Cafe Building Low-poly 3D model

Present to you the low poly city block with donut cafe and two buildings. The 3D models consists of the cafe with big donut on the roof and two buildings with glass sowcases. Also in the low poly city block included the platform, potted flowers, trash cans, street lamps, trees.., as a scene environment. Accurate forms of polygonal shapes, give this model more simplicity and elegance. Model was originally created in Cinema 4D. Rendering standard.

Features of Low Poly City Block

- Model's are optimized for easy import into any existing project
- No special plugin needed to open scene
- All materials have their titles
- Correct and simple mesh
- Very easy to change
- Clear hierarchy of models
- Model's are ready for animation

What included in model

- Low Poly Dount Cafe
- Tow Low Poly Buildings
- Parts of exterior
- Platform

3D Formats

- .max (3Ds Max),
- .c4d (cinema 4d),
- .mb (Maya),
- .blend (Blender),
- .fbx (multi format),
- .obj (multi format)

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If you have questions you can drop me a message on 3DExport or write me an email: lowpolylab@gmail.com

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Available formats
  • Blender 2.78 (.blend) 865 KB
  • PDF(.pdf) (6 files) -
  • Cinema 4D 16 (.c4d) 948 KB
    Version: 16, Renderer: Default
  • Autodesk FBX (.fbx) 801 KB
  • 3ds Max 2014 (.max) 1.16 MB
  • Maya 2014 (.ma, .mb) 728 KB
  • OBJ(.obj, .mtl) (2 files) -
  • 3D Studio (.3ds) (Contact for availability) -
  • Stereolithography (.stl) (Contact for availability) -
More details
  • Publish date2017-04-27
  • Model ID#717092
  • Animated No
  • Rigged No
  • VR / AR / Low-poly Yes(approved)
  • PBR No
  • Geometry Polygon mesh
  • Polygons 23,224
  • Vertices 18,570
  • Textures No
  • Materials Yes
  • UV Mapping No
  • Unwrapped UVs
  • Plugins used No