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Total of 411 people: Mix of female and male, couple, from kids to adults.
Variety of postures: walking, jogging, cycling, fighting, playing, exercising, playing guitar.
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This is good for 3D Printing.
Model comes locked as one huge file, difficult to extract individual people. No response from maker re altering this. Very difficult to work with. Would prefer to print one .stl person at a time for students to place in their models.Wasn't able to import the OBJ into blender successfully to get individual models out, so this was a complete loss for me. This pack would benefit greatly from having an individually exported option for easier use in web or other environments.Good libraryNeeds close-up screenshots
The variation and quantity is good but they were too low poly for my use case, ended up not using them in the project.
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This isn't a bad product just wasn't correct for my use case. Better closeup screenshots can prevent mispurchasesSo this is a great deal price-wise, with a lot of variation in the model shapes... It'll probably work for my needs. One thing that could cause problems is none of the faces are connected to each other, they are all loose triangles. SO my suggestion is to bring the FBX file into Blender, select all objects (shortcut A), then tab into edit mode, Select all the faces (A again), go Mesh > Merge > By Distance --- That should connect all the loose geometry for each person and make them each a solid object. I would suggest that the author of this product update it with this setup to avoid frustration from customers... either way it's a quick fix, so highly recommend this pack!