Thursday, December 30, 2010

Human Male Body, Muscular System and Skeleton - Anatomy by twobros

You can download 3DStudio MAX ver.9 (*.max) files of Human Male Body, Muscular System and Skeleton - Anatomy 3D model from Direct link to the 3D model: Exchange3D media store More details: Realistic, detailed and anatomically accurate textured Human Male Body, Muscular System and Skeleton. Please download the high resolution renders in the preview section to check the quality. This product includes all the major muscles and bones of the human body including both deep and external ones. Every object and material has been carefully and properly named for easy customization. The model has been originally created with real world scale dimensions in cm units for every format. The 3ds max format includes both VRay and Scanline default renderer versions. The final images of the thumbnails have been created with the model, materials and shaders from the VRay version (lighting setup not included). The base control mesh has been included in every format without being colapsed so you can subdivide the geometry as much as you need in your own 3D software. The accurate details of the model work perfectly for extreme close-ups. Available formats: - 3ds max 9 and above (.max) - Cinema 4D 10 and above (.c4d) - Maya 7 and above (.mb) - Softimage XSI 5 and above (.scn) - Lightwave 6 and above (.lws) - Luxology Modo (.lxo) - Blender (.blend) - Wavefront OBJ (.obj and .mtl) - Autodesk FBX (.fbx) - Collada DAE (.dae) - 3DS (.3ds) - Direct X (.x) - DXF (.dxf) The model has been converted to other formats using exporters and convertion tools and carefully checked in every software. If you have any problem with the format you need to use, don't hesitate to contact with me for assistance. Keywords: human male body skeleton skeletal muscular system muscle muscles musculature man bone skull head face character textured anatomy anatomical zygote medical person skin torso hand leg medicine circulatory system heart skeleton skull cranium skeletal bone organ internal medical organs cardiology science stem surgery. The model preview:

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