Lion Sculpture 3d print model 3D print model

Lion Sculpture 3d print model May be used for 3d printing, Rendering, Architecture decoration, Jewelry design etc. File Formats: .stl, .zbr, .max, .obj, .fbx 680 000 polygons

The model measures: Length: 27,7 cm Width: 15,5 cm Height: 26, 45cm

Wonderful pictures of finished products were provided by Fuse3d

If you need to change the size, you can always load the model in any 3D package and scale it(Many formats are attached, such as obj, fbx and etc), or do it right away in your software for a 3D printer.

Render for example with simple material

Thank you very much for your purchase and review, I will be very grateful! I will try to make even more interesting models and keep excellent prices!

  • GeoffroGeoffro
    2017-03-12 17:01
    Wow very similar mesh
    • doubleagent2005doubleagent2005
      2017-03-12 17:06
      The model is completely different! I liked the pose, I used this model as a reference, not more. My low-poly version was deleted, I do not agree with this. 11 million polygons in highpoly version, baked normal map to lowpoly, PBR materials
      • GeoffroGeoffro
        2017-03-13 00:44
        It is different yes, it has been remeshed and the hair dragged down on the front, planare'd dynameshed and subsurface scattered, but it's always easy to spot the original model underneath. I am not sure why you decided to remove the images of the wireframe showing the poly count?
        • doubleagent2005doubleagent2005
          2017-03-13 13:26
 Comparison of that model and mine. On your opinion this differences are small, but in my opinion the details on a completely different level. As I wrote above, I do not hide that I used this model as a reference posture. The model contains 682 000 polygons, it is prepared for 3D printing, triangular polygons - almost does not matter the quality of polygonal mesh. Wireframe of lowpoly version at Artstation:
          • GeoffroGeoffro
            2017-03-13 15:32
            Yes, I know how to use alpha brushing also, but since the model is going to be printed on a normal FDM printer, there was no point baking and creating a displacement map for it, but its nice the job you did. Re-meshing that is fairly straight forward. No, they are not the same mesh now of course, as I said it's been upgraded, that's cool and I think you made a great improvement on the model. What I am debating is the reference pose versus the actual model, because looking at all your other models (including The Yoda model that is now removed from your site that was originally modelled by Adam Beamish CGTrader will have a record of you selling this model. Now, that was a clear cut steal - now it wasn't my model but I'm sure if Adam saw you selling it he would be pissed off. Now, the fact that you grabbed his model and direct ripped it to here, leads me to not believe that you simply used the lion as a reference and sculpted yours next to it - no you dynameshed or remeshed the model -that is what I am debating here. If I had not seen the other models from other people you were selling I would not have even said a word. I actually care more about you selling Adam's models than mine, as at least you did some work on the lion. Sadly he has had to remove alot of his work because of this, luckily some of them were saved. Now, you can follow me as I have seen, but to be honest I don't think I want to upload any more models here after this.
            • doubleagent2005doubleagent2005
              2017-03-13 16:11
              Thank you for the detailed answer! All my subsequent models that I publish here in the future are made from scratch, and I published several old ones for the reason, because PBR materials were made on them, which can be useful for game engines, and better sculpt and retopology. Here's a screenshot of my next model: I understand you on all points. I will never again use any model, even as a reference. In addition, I took the source model on sketchup warehouse
              • GeoffroGeoffro
                2017-03-14 09:26
                Thank you for a good attitude. I am not criticising your work in anyway, you are clearly a very talented artist and did a much better job with that design than I could do. Your next model looks fantastic.
    • aantoniosbravo
      2018-07-12 08:25
      This is a very nice model! Is it from the Central Park Zoo Entrance ?
      • jjigyasa0187
        2018-07-26 04:06
        • AndreiCGAndreiCG
          2018-09-05 08:43
        • ppdubenko
          2018-10-23 08:39
          Great model
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        3D model formats
        • Stereolithography (.stl) (2 files)-
        • Autodesk FBX (.fbx)64.3 MB
        • OBJ (.obj, .mtl) (2 files)-
        • Zbrush (.ztl, .zbp)28.7 MB
        • Autodesk 3ds Max 2014 (.max)99.6 MB
        • Blender (.blend)84 MB
        • Rhinoceros 3D (.3dm)51.2 MB
        • Cinema 4D 23 (.c4d)36.7 MB
        • 3D Studio (.3ds) -
        3D model details
        • Publish date2017-03-12
        • Model ID#702399