Upcoming 3D Model Pack!

Here are a few renders for an upcoming 3D model pack. These images were rendered inside After Effects using our very own Element 3D plug-in and populated the city by using the advanced array options inside the plug-in. And of course you can take advantage of the same amazing speed and performance of our OpenGL render engine.

These shots only use a 5 or 6 unique buildings but you can use as many as you want since the collection contains over 30 high quality buildings and skyscrapers. Another cool feature is that we are including day and night textures ready to go! This model pack will be ready to go next month with some more advanced tutorials.

Another cool thing about this upcoming pack is that we are including the 3D max files setup with VRay, the C4D files as well as OBJ and FBX with textures setup. So you can bring these models into your favorite 3D program and do even more advanced renderings.

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