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3D Models Ceramic Bowl  
3D Model Information   Product ID: 495839
Keywords: bowl, ceramic, pyrex, yellow, realistic, detailed, kitchenware, materials
Author: Tim Laird
Added on: 9/8/2011
Category: 3D Models > Home / Office / Store > Dining / Dishes > Bowls
Summary: Ceramic Bowl 3D Models
Photoreal ceramic bowl, all set up and ready to render per the attached images
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Available files and versions
3D Studio (.3ds) - 58Kb
Autodesk FBX (.fbx) - 213Kb
Lightwave (.lwo, .lw, .lws) - Version: 9.6 @ 60Kb
Max (.max) - Version: 2011 @ 401Kb
Object (.obj) - 63Kb
Right Hemisphere (.rh) - Version: 6.3 @ 16Kb

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Details
Geometry: Subdivision
Polygons: 3538
Vertices: 3588
Textures (?): No
Materials (?): Yes
Animated: No
Jointed: No
 

Available images
3D Models, Textures, and Stock Photography Yellow_Bowl_v003.jpg
3D Models, Textures, and Stock Photography Yellow_Bowl_v001.jpg
3D Models, Textures, and Stock Photography Yellow_Bowl_v002.jpg
3D Models, Textures, and Stock Photography Yellow_Bowl_v004.jpg

Full description
A very realistic ceramic bowl, all set up to render exactly as the thumbnails. All objects are named for ease of use and to make modifying that bit easier.

The renders are from Lightwave, and the Lightwave format includes all the realistic shaders and render settings to provide the realistic lighting that you can see in the thumbnails. The shader has micro-details that create the slightly imperfect look visible in most ceramic materials.

The .max scene has the same setup, plus some more basic shaders to give you a head start. They really won't take much modification to achieve the same quality as the Lightwave render.