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3D Models Kettlebell  
3D Model Information Product ID: 325338
Keywords: exercise, weight, lifting, training, sport, excercise, equipment, kettle, bell, kettlebell, metal, heavy, fitness, textures, materials
Author: janiashvili
Added on: 7/21/2010
Downloads: 46
Category: 3D Models > Sports / Hobbies > Sports Equipment > Exercise
Summary: Kettlebell 3D Models
This is an Kettlebell. It has small amouunt of polygons, but it can be easely resmoothed by adding turbosmoothor any subdivision smoother. It has only bump maps, so it can be very easely remaked or importet in any program.
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Price: FREE
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Available files and versions
3D Studio (.3ds) - 19Kb
Autodesk DWF (.dwf) - 17Kb
Autodesk FBX (.fbx) - 38Kb
Max (.max) - Version: 2011 @ 74Kb
Object (.obj) - 22Kb
Textures (.tex, .jpg, .bmp, .etc) - 2.2Mb

Details
Geometry: Subdivision
Polygons: 642
Vertices: 652
Textures (?): Yes
Materials (?): Yes
Animated: No
Jointed: No
 

Available images
3D Models, Textures, and Stock Photography Kettlebell - 01.jpg
3D Models, Textures, and Stock Photography Kettlebell - 02.jpg
3D Models, Textures, and Stock Photography Kettlebell - 03.jpg
3D Models, Textures, and Stock Photography Kettlebell - 04.jpg
3D Models, Textures, and Stock Photography Wire01.jpg
3D Models, Textures, and Stock Photography Wire02.jpg
3D Models, Textures, and Stock Photography Wire03.jpg

Full description
This is an Kettlebell. It has small amouunt of polygons, but it can be easely resmoothed by adding turbosmoothor any subdivision smoother. It has only bump maps, so it can be very easely remaked or importet in any program.
It is designed for scanline renderer, it has none algorithm based, non-texture maps, used only bump mapstexture and diffuse mapscolors, so and again it is good to import in any software.
It is done in 3DS MAX, rendered with Mental Ray, but it has same result in scanline..