This Tinker set presents a high resolution Tinker character and his traditional walking cart in two different static poses, along with a rich array of historically accurate tools and trade goods. (This package contains more than 75 high resolution objects that can be arranged as you wish.)
This is the FBX 2013 Version for Daz and Poser artists. The Tinker characters and all his accessories will import into Daz and Poser with the textures pre-loaded.
The first part of the package focuses on the Tinker making repairs to a pair of metal scissors. The scissors, anvil, specialized metal-working hammers, pliers, chisels and fids in this package are accurate reproductions of Medieval-era tools. These tools and the small anvil, along with various spools of copper and brass wire types were carried in wooden boxes in the hand cart. This set includes a metal pot (historically accurate) that the Tinker has just finished repairing near the base of the tree stump holding the anvil. (This set also includes a piece of ground with tree stump, rocks and plants that can be merged into an outdoor scene in a farmyard or village center.)
The second set of items focuses on the Tinker character displaying his medicinal items and trade goods. You can places the old wooden table with his trade items in a village center. The Tinker's items here include small wooden containers of salves and ointments, a mortar and pestle, a sheaf of thyme leaves, small glass bottles of potions, and larger bottles of medicines in a wooden box. Some small bolts of silk and flannel cloth are on the table, and in a burlap bag at the side of the table. These include more finely woven types of cloth that would be not likely to be produced in rural villages. Another important trade good, irreplaceable by village blacksmiths would have been the steel needles and spools of thread that are on the table. Finally, the table holds a small bag of different kinds of worn gold rings and gemstones (spilled out of the small bag) that the Tinker is probably took in trade for his services. He would have traded these to other people along his route, and have used them to pay for his lodging in inns or farmsteads along the way.
The two Tinker figures here and all the individual objects are high resolution objects in Versio 2013 of the *.fbx file format. A third zip file for this product contains full sets of PBR materials for the objects. You can enhance your rendering engine's materials, in most cases, by adding some of the additional material maps in the last part of this package.