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Rabbit Rigged 3d model

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  • 3ds Max 2012
  • FBX 2012
  • OBJ 2012
  • V-Ray 2.40.03
  • 1024x1024 (jpg format)
  • modeled in 3ds max
  • rendered with v-ray
  • smootheable and easily editable (turbosmooth)
  • lighting is included only in the 3ds Max version - materials may appear different in other program formats
  • modeled in real world scale
  • dimensions: 20x20x20 cm
  • the files include the positions shown in the images
  • cartoon movies / videos / renderings
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This rigged 3D model of a rabbit was created by Oleg Zhevelev. The model includes a character studio biped, and some objects have skin modifiers applied, allowing for realistic movements and animations.

In the 3DS Max version of the model, a rig is included, which provides a pre-defined skeleton structure that helps to simplify the animation process. Additionally, the model has been organized cleanly on layers, making it easy to manage and modify different parts of the model.

The fox fur on the rabbit has been created using a VrayFur modifier, which allows for the realistic fur simulation. V-Ray is used for rendering the model, providing high-quality visuals and realistic lighting. However, it's important to note that lighting is only included in the 3DS Max version, so materials may appear different in other software programs.

The rabbit's body and eyes have been textured using high-resolution images with a resolution of 1024x1024. The body textures include Rabbit_BODY_dif.jpg, Rabbit_BODY_Gloss.jpg, and Rabbit_BODY_bamp_mask.jpg, which control the diffuse color, glossiness, and bump mapping of the model's body. The eyes are textured with Rabbit_Eyes_df.jpg and Rabbit_Eyes_nm.jpg, which provide a realistic look to the rabbit's eyes.

In addition to the body and eyes, textures controlling the VRayFur parameters are also included. These include Rabbit_FUR_dif.jpg, Rabbit_FUR_bend.jpg, Rabbit_FUR_Initial.jpg, Rabbit_FUR_length.jpg, Rabbit_FUR_thickness.jpg, and Rabbit_FUR-density.jpg, which provide control over the density, length, thickness, color, and bend of the fur.

Finally, the model is smoothable and easily editable using turbosmooth, allowing for greater control over the level of detail and smoothness. In addition, it has been modelled on a real-world scale with dimensions of 20x20x20 cm, making it suitable for a wide range of applications, such as animation, gaming, or virtual reality experiences.



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* Easter
* Japanese tradition
* Chinese New Year

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Rabbit Info

Rabbits have long been associated with various cultural symbols and archetypes. Due to their biological role as prey animals, they are often seen as innocent and non-threatening creatures, which has led to their association with Easter and the Easter Bunny. Additionally, rabbits are often portrayed as tricksters, using their cunning and skill to outwit their enemies, as seen in examples such as Sammy Stack from African-American folktales and Bugs Bunny from Warner Bros. cartoons.

Anthropomorphic rabbits have also been popular in literature and film, with notable examples including the White Rabbit from Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland", the rabbits in Richard Adams's "Watership Down", and Peter Rabbit from Beatrix Potter's stories.

In Japanese culture, rabbits are believed to reside on the moon and make mochi, a traditional Japanese snack made from sticky rice porridge. This comes from the interpretation of black patches on the moon as a rabbit standing on tiptoes pounding on a mortar. Sailor Moon, a famous Japanese character, also takes her name from the Japanese word for rabbit, "Usagi."

In Chinese folklore, rabbits are associated with the moon, accompanying the moon goddess Chang'e. In the Chinese Zodiac, rabbits are one of the twelve celestial animals and are seen as gentle and kind. In the Vietnamese lunar year, the rabbit was replaced by the cat, as there were no rabbits in Vietnam.




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