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real high poly models (>~2 mio. tri's) - where to buy/find ?

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hi. i am again in the trouble to obtain some real high polygon models, for testing issues; all the free model's out there are not very useable, because most of them has no texture maps or to less triangles ect. so i decided to spend some money, if needed; can anyone please tell me where i can buy such models/files ? DJSnow --- this post is manually created and therefore legally valid without a signature [edited by - DJSnow on May 27, 2004 8:11:45 AM]

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Check the zbrush community, there should be some highpoly models with texturing available, made by amateurs.
http://www.pixolator.com
http://www.pixologic.com

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DJSnow: If you find any good ones could you please post links here becouse I also need them (and probably someone else too). So far I''ve only been using a few 70-100k meshes and one with 1.2m, but it''s just a tesselated verison of 100k model.

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@AP-1:
*LOL* who told you this absolutely sucking URL ? this site sucks completey and: it''s zbrush related - i talked about 3D models...

@AP-2:
unfortunately, turbosquid offers no opportunity to search explicitly for models with a distinct poly count.

@_darkwing_:
yes, i will keep you updated...


@all:
any other hints ? come on, i can''t believe there is no one out there, who can''t deliver a high poly model ??!????!!


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If you just need high-count polys for tests, create a torus knot under 3dsmax with a lot of segments and sides: you can get 800.000 triangles per torus.

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@AP-3:
*ARGH* sorry, i''m sure you don''t expect any comment on this very-senseful comment !

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I don''t quite understand your last reply, but I think AP-3 raised a valid point here. You never stated for what you''ll use the model, only for "testing", if you only want to cpu speed or something, a shpere is perfectly fine IMO.
If it has to be more complex than a sphere throw a noise modifier on the sphere and there you go.
And a 100''000 poly model is enough just tesselate the mesh once and voila your 2mio model, that''s how every high poly models is generated anyway . . .

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ok, sorry; this may have sounded to harsh, yes.

to make it more clear: i''m looking for a highpoly "real life / productive" 3D scene from an arbitrary modeller, with all things included: lights, textures and so on.
i need a "realistic" workload for the application, not just pure polygon data.

as already said: i''m even willing to spend some money, if anyone would sell a scene of his own portofolio.



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Try buying from http://www.renderosity.com/

Most seems very high poly from the pics

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@AP:

THANK YOU, GOD !!!!!!!!!!
wow, really man thanks !!!!!!!!!!

this is EXACTLY - E X A C T L Y - what i''m looking for !!!!!

and the prices are cool, tool.





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