Flying car Buick Century 2057 3D model
3d model of futuristic flying car Buick century 2057. This prototype is my vision of the future, it was based on real model of Buick century 1957.
- Overall dimensions of the model: height 1460mm, width 2320mm, length 5360mm.
- Detailed exterior, very simple interior.
- Model was created for two render engine: Vray and Corona.
- Tere are two materials was created for this model. There are boxes which contain the materials in the scene. You can easily change this materials by clicking by a pipette on thees boxes.
- All materials and objects in scene has a logical names, so you can easily understand which material you need to apply on which object. The archive with textures is added.
- All objects in scene has been prepared for smoothing by Turbosmooth.
- All objects in scene has an unwrapUVs. The archive with UVs coordinates is added.
- Policount: without smoothing - 82352 polys; with smoothing (one atteration) - 644124 polys; with smoothing (two atteration) - 2575380 polys.
- file * .max in version 2014 for Vray 3.60.03;
- file * .max in version 2017 for Vray 3.60.03;
- the * .max file in the 2014 version for Corona 1.7;
- the * .max file in the 2017 version for Corona 1.7;
- file * .obj;
- file * .fbx;
- archive with textures;
- archive with unwrapUVW files *.uvw; Just in case:
- zip archive which was compressed by 3ds Max with * .max file in version 2014 for Vray 3.60.03;
- zip archive which was compressed by 3ds Max with * .max file in version 2017 for Vray 3.60.03;
- zip archive which was compressed by 3ds Max with * .max file in version 2014 for Corona 1.7;
- zip archive which was compressed by 3ds Max with * .max file in version 2017 for Corona 1.7 The file was created in 3D Max 2017 for the Corona and Vray render.
Who works in the V-Ray version is lower than 3.1. Be careful, in the materials in the BRDF section there is a Microfaset GTR (GGX), if your version is older than 3.1, then the BRDF field will be empty. Choose Blinn, Phong or Ward - which is preferable to you. For Corona render, it is recommended to put a version not lower than 1.5, since the glossiness of materials is adjusted to fit PBR.