Human Body & Skeleton & Xray Image

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    There are three types of models, human bone anatomy Human skeleton, X-ray Human body and other is human skeleton Skeleton. Get normal, with some modifier effect and animated files. Separate

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    Human bone anatomy Human skeleton:
    This is perfect human bone anatomy structure model. So, you can use it varies type as like human body animation, medical use, born, horror etc. All bones are attached as like a human body has. Skull, Maxilla, Mandible, Clavicle, Sternum, Scapula, Ribs, Humerus, Ulna, Vertebral column, Pelvic girdle, Femur Etc included.There are two types of human bone anatomy model. One is normal without any modifier effect and another is physique modifier effect attached with biped skeleton system. So, you can give it any kind of pose or animation. Physique modifier set as a normal human body structure because when human move his any parts of body then there is different movement between human body and bone. So, I tried to give this biped as a normal muscle movement and normal bone movement with separate. Here this model I separate the eye form the model because if you want to not use the eye system then you can hide or delete it. See display images. Human body color can be changed. As sample you get two color of human body. See display images. If you want to give your own choice color then you can give it. Help file included. High detailed texture maps are including which can be easily resize. Texture maps size are 2048X2048.
    Model details: Polygons: 152,814 Vertices: 150,868
    Textures: Yes, Materials: Yes, Jointed: Yes, Animated: No
    Format: Max, 3ds and gmax
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    X-RAY Human Body:
    Here this model is set as an x-ray, so you get all parts of human bone x-ray and you set your own x-ray view. This is perfect human bone x-ray structure model. So, you can use it varies type as like human body animation, medical use, born, horror etc. All bones are attached as like a human body has. There are two types of human bone x-ray model. One is normal without any modifier effect and another is physique modifier effect attached with biped skeleton system. So, you can give it any kind of pose or animation. Physique modifier set as a normal human body structure because when human move his any parts of body then there is different movement between human body and bone. So, I tried to give this biped as a normal muscle movement and normal bone movement with separate. High detailed texture maps are including which can be easily resize. Texture maps size are 2048X2048.
    Model details: Polygons: 152,814 Vertices: 150,868
    Textures: Yes, Materials: Yes, Jointed: Yes, Animated: No
    Format: Max.
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    Skeleton:
    This is a high quality model. Skeleton is physique modifier with biped. For this, you can give it any kind of pose. Itメs very easy for any kind of animation.Skull can talk. Lower jaw point is set so you can easily make its talk. High detailed texture maps are including which can be easily resize.Texture maps size are following. Texture maps sizes are. 2048 X 2048 and 1024 X 1024
    Model details: Polygons: 152,814 Vertices: 150,868
    Textures: Yes, Materials: Yes, Jointed: Yes, Animated: Yes
    Format: Max, 3ds and gmax
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    Display images are rendering by 3d max.
    All files are added by WinRar and WinZip.
    Note: Please at fast download all files.

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    3D Printable No
    File Types gmax, 3ds, max
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