SCI FI WIRES ELEMENTS (P2/80+)

4.9based on 25 ratings,16 reviews
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00Report| Release v.1.0 | Extended Use License | 5 months ago
very good:)
00Report| Release v.1.0 | Extended Use License | 10 months ago
very good and userful
10Report| Release v.1.0 | Extended Use License | almost 1 year ago
Great Kitbash set, well organized! For everyone disliking the subfolder structure (like mentioned further down in the comments), just type . in the search bar of the main folder. It will show all items in the sub folders, so then you can copy them into a new "all" folder if you prefer that. Takes 2 seconds. Kinda funny to give a bad rating for stuff like that... Anyway, great set, thanks!
10Report| Release v.1.0 | Extended Use License | about 1 year ago
Perfect
10Report| Release v.1.0 | Extended Use License | almost 2 years ago
Excellent models individually and in combination.
10Report| Release v.1.0 | Extended Use License | almost 2 years ago
Nice looking kitbash useful for a lot of design ideas. Everything is named and organized. List jpg included for quick reference. Great price for a great timesaving package. Objects are pretty big so it might take a few extra seconds to open in blender.
10Report| Release v.1.0 | Extended Use License | about 2 years ago
Time saving MUST HAVE! These are the works of a design genius (That is you Oleg) and a true friend to the 3D Community.
10Report| Release v.1.0 | Extended Use License | over 2 years ago
Nice!
02Report| Release v.1.0 | Extended Use License | over 2 years ago
Good looking stuff. The fbx files do not import into Maya 2020 nor do they open in Autodesk .FBX review app. They do open in Windows native .FBX viewer, but they cannot be saved out of there. Perhaps a .obj export would be a good thing to include as well? For now I will just import them into Zbrush and export them via that app. Lastly, all objects in separate sub folders is a little cumbersome. Just name the objects as the numbers and have them all in a root location. But that is just me being particular.
over 2 years ago
- Thank you for such a high assessment of the ability to import some software for certain formats of 3D objects. - I will think about the .obj format in the following works. - If there is a need for specific technical features of the product, you can always seek advice in a personal message before buying something. When I start making "elite supercars" I will definitely inform everyone and set an elite price for the product. so far I am selling a modest product at an extremely modest price.
10Report| Release v.1.0 | Extended Use License | over 2 years ago
Just bought this product after thinking about it for a long time, and the results are genius. Super reasonably priced and excellent quality!

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