Roasted Turkey (OBJ Version) by LuxXeon ()

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3D model of a classic roasted turkey, the centerpiece of contemporary Thanksgiving holiday food. It can be used as a standalone prop, or as part of an existing still life, or culinary-themed render. This low-polygon model consists of 2,384 polygons and 4,786 vertices. The topology is 100% quads, and as a low poly object, depends heavily on the included high-resolution texture maps for detail. The model is carefully UV Unwrapped, and comes with all the necessary texture maps for modern PBR (Physically Based Rendering); color (diffuse), specular (reflection), glossy (blurry reflection), and bump channels at 4048x4048 pixel resolution. There is also a special tangent normal map included in the maps folder, for added render detail and realism. I highly recommend using the normal map in place of, or in addition to, the standard bump map for optimum render results. All of the preview renders were done using the normal map in the Corona render engine.

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carollee ( posted at 7:59PM Wed, 23 November 2016

Thanks for sharing=-)

smandle ( posted at 4:50PM Sun, 25 September 2016

Thank you.

shanarah02 ( posted at 1:46PM Sat, 20 December 2014

Nice! Thanks for sharing!

novelist999 ( posted at 8:48AM Sun, 30 November 2014

Wow! Fantastic! Thanks so much!

Redfern ( posted at 7:45PM Thu, 27 November 2014

I gotta' say your model is considerably more accurate , particularly the shape and size of its limbs, than some some items requiring a purchase!Thank you for your generosity!Sincerely,Bill

ziamarina ( posted at 11:41AM Thu, 27 November 2014

Yummy ! Thank you for sharing :) 

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