Turtle 3D print model

Fish : Turtle

  • OBJ (Splited on 9 part / Merg Dynamesh)
  • STL (Model is STL file format and Ready to 3D Printing ) -ZTL (Zbrush2019 Splited sub layer)
  • VRML (Splited on 9 part )
  • OBJ,STL,VRML(Splited on 9 part/Merged Dynamesh Decimated )
  • Turtle (Shell) 184,790 Polygon
  • Turtle (Head) 59,941 Polygon
  • Turtle (Fins) 67,306 Polygon
  • Turtle (Fins) 44,496 Polygon
  • Turtle (Fins) 65,111 Polygon
  • Turtle (Fins) 44,123 Polygon
  • Turtle Fins() 184,790 Polygon
  • Turtle (Base) 75,721 Polygon
  • Turtle (Base) 8,867 Polygon

Size :

  • X : Face Length : 14 Inch
  • Z : Depth Length : 10 Inch
  • Y : Height Length : 16 Inch

Printer Test Model :Simplify3D

Image : Zbrush

I does the DL come with a full body print with no splits?
Item rating
3 0
The turtle I've purchased is rather cool. Unfortunately there were no textures added to the .obj-files and I don't own ZBrush, so that I can't say, whether or not they were included in the .ztl-file. As a solution I took the picture of the turtle with the textures and integrated it into my art work :-). More detailed I used the turtle as a part of a cover to a drum'n'bass track. I got positive feedback for this (and for the drum'n'bass track also).
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3D Model formats

Format limitations
  • Zbrush (.ztl, .zbp)21.2 MB
  • Stereolithography (.stl) (10 files)118 MB
  • OBJ (.obj, .mtl) (8 files)40.3 MB

3D Model details

  • Publish date2019-03-21
  • Model ID#1926828