Constantine Arch

New Product Available From me.

The model is fully UV textured, and includes the statues as a seperate object so you can remove them for lower poly use or add them for stills/animation.

Model comes in two parts.

Arch – 3300 Polys or 7080 Triangle Polys dependant on format

Statues – 25344 Polys or 49500 Triangle Polys Dependant on format

Available from the 3D Studio and Turbosquid

Medieval Greater House

New model, this time of a Medieval Greater House

Model has 44084 Triangle Polys and 23001 Verticies, It is fully UV mapped and textures are included on a 3072 x 3072 BMP file.

Available in LWO, OBJ and VOB format from the usual places The 3D studio and Turbosquid


New model, this time a Medieval gatehouse

Contains 6330 Triangle Polygons, 3288 Vertices, UV mapped textures on a 2048×2048 BMP.

Available from The 3D studio and Turbosquid

Blacksmiths Cottage

New model, this time of a blacksmiths cottage in a medieval style.

The model contains 6850 Triangle Polys, 3600 Verticies and uses two UV maps, one 1024×1024 and one 2048×2048. The Storage shed is independent of the main building and can therefore be moved as required.

Available from The 3D studio and Turbosquid.

Lund Domkyrka – Roughly…

A new model, this time of a cathedral with the model being based on Lund Domkyrka.

On special offer with $25 off at both The 3D studio and Turbosquid

Aula Palatina – Basilica of Constantine

3D model of the Aula Palatine in Trier, Germany. The Basilica of Constantine.

92217 Tri Polys, 47810 Verticies Includes UV mapped textures.

Available from The 3D studio and Turbosquid

Wikipedia Says:-

The Basilica of Constantine German: Konstantinbasilika or Aula Palatina at Trier, Germany, is a Roman palace basilica, that was built by the emperor Constantine 306–337 AD at the beginning of the 4th century.

Today it is a World Heritage Site and contains the largest extant hall from antiquity see List of ancient roofs. The room has a length of 67 m, a width of 26.05 m[1] and a height of 33 m.

The Aula Palatina was built around 310 AD as a part of the palace complex. Originally it was not a free standing building but had other smaller buildings attached to it, such as a forehall, an entrance vestibule and some service buildings. The Aula Palatina was equipped with a floor and wall heating system hypocaust.

During the medieval ages it was used as the residence for the bishop of Trier. For that the apse was redesigned into living quarters and pinnacles were added to the top of its walls. In the 17th century the archbishop Lothar von Metternich constructed his palace just next to the Aula Palatina and incorporating it into his palace some major redesign was done. Later int the 19th century Frederick William IV of Prussia ordered the building to be restored to its original Roman state, which was done under the supervision of the military architect Carl Schnitzler. In 1856 the Aula Palatina became a Protestant church. In 1944 the building burned due to an air raid of the allied forces during World War II. When it was repaired after the war, the historical inner decorations from the 19th century were not reconstructed, so that the brick walls are visible from the inside as well.

Medieval Well

New model and product, A medieval well.

This model is made up of 7116 tri polys and 3741 verticies.

Available now from the 3D studio and Turbosquid in OBJ and VOB format.

Medieval Windmill

New Product / Model Finished and up for sale in the usual places, A medieval Windmill.

21166 Tri Polys, 11185 verticies see wireframes for details

UV mapped with textures included on a 3072×3072 BMP map with a 2048×2048 bump map.

Available in VOB, LWO and OBJ formats from Turbosquid and The 3D Studio