Game Ready Cardboard Boxes Low-poly 3D model


by Ufuk Orbey (shadedancer619) / Made in: Cinema4D R14

This is a adjustable game ready model with low polygon counts and PBR maps. 3 individual objects inside the file formats. You can take and use any of them (or all) in your games.

You can easily see that there are 5 texture maps for each object which are DISP, NRM, OCC, SPEC and COLOR (DIFF).

I put one more file for avary one, that is SOURCE PNG file. This is a clean color map of the boxes. If you want to use some dirt or text on the boxes just use this file via photoshop or other softwares to make a new PNG file.


You can see that joint tools are ready to bend the flaps of the boxes. In every joint tool the bone named JOINT2 is the one which bends the flaps. Use it :)


  1. Just copy/paste the box from the original one and delete all joints, skin and the weight tag of the copied object. Copied box will instantly change its pose to open flaps position. Thats ok.

  2. Put a POSE MORPH tag on the copied one. Select POINTS at the mixing menu of the MORPH tag. Then in POSE MORPH screen put the original (rigged) box to the TARGET in ADVANCED tab. As soon as you did this the copied box will copy the pose of original one.

  3. First delete the MORPH tag on the copied box. Then delete the original one if you want to.


Yes! You should be happy!

No? Something should be wrong in previous steps, please redo :)


  1. Do not touch or delete PBR files. Keep them as they are!

  2. Open the xxx_SOURCE.PNG in photoshop and put texts, dirts, cracks etc. on it.

  3. Then save this file as xxx_COLOR.PNG. Never save the SOURCE file accidentaly! Keep it for next time or forewer.

  4. All other files have rendered based on the SOURCE.PNG with no texts or other stuff on them. Because these things are only belongs to COLOR map. They will automatically deform via these PBRs.

  5. If you want some nails, screws or any objects on woods, you should create new PBRs instead of existing ones. Or you can let them as they are with no bumps, shadors etc.

  6. Only the SOURCE file contains extra objects in it (nails, screws, wires etc.) for the nice displacements.

OK! Thats all for now :))

BOX 1 (pbox1)

  • 1 object
  • 352 polygons
  • 316 points
  • 748 edges

BOX 2 (pbox2)

  • 1 object
  • 112 polygons
  • 96 points
  • 248 edges

BOX 3 (pbox3)

  • 1 object
  • 80 polygons
  • 72 points
  • 180 edges


  • 3 objects
  • 544 polygons
  • 484 points
  • 1,176 edges

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3D model formats
  • Cinema 4D R14 (.c4d)603 KBVersion: R14Renderer: Default
  • Collada 1.5 (.dae)91.2 KB
  • Autodesk FBX 7.2 (.fbx)178 KB
  • 3D Studio (.3ds)41.6 KB
  • OBJ (.obj, .mtl)62.3 KB
  • Textures 16.2 MB
  • Autodesk 3ds Max 201 (.max)256 KBVersion: 201Renderer: Default (Scanline)
  • Stereolithography (.stl) -
3D model details
  • Publish date2019-02-17
  • Model ID#1900810
  • Animated
  • Rigged approved
  • VR / AR / Low-poly approved
  • PBR approved
  • Geometry Polygon mesh
  • Polygons 544
  • Vertices 484
  • Textures
  • Materials
  • UV Mapping
  • Unwrapped UVs Non-overlapping
  • Plugins used