3D Freebies : Fan Arts

All models are in Poser format (with external .OBJ's) and bitmap (.JPG) based textures.
They can be used within Poser, Studio, Vue or any software - ie: Max, Zbrush, Lightwave etc - that can import .OBJ.s.
All .zip files have paths for easy installation and a readme file with full instructions and useage.

All the models in this section are for Non-Commerical useage only

  Who Street A medievial street scene from Dr Who. Complete with a few extra props to add details to your renders. Click the image icon to see whats included.
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  Bionic Repair Inspired by the classic MPC plastic model kit, from the 1970's TV series "The Bionic Woman", here's a small freebie set of a operating theatre styled room.

Contains a fully assembled room set with 2 "computers", lamp and operating table. Plus standalone versions of the computers, lamp, empty room and table.
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  Y-Wing The nice people at VP asked if I could clean up and retexture one of their Star Wars models. So I took the model back to poly level and heres the result.
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  Mystery Machine Van From the classic cartoon series Scooby Doo, here's the gangs van. Poser .PP2 prop format with P4 based Materials, so should be OK in most 3d apps.
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  1977 DeathStar Playset The original version of this 3D freebie was made of cardboard with a plastic gun. It was sold for a very short time in Europe (by Meccano), OZ and NZ (TolToys), Canada (Kenner) and in the UK (Palitoy), but never the USA.

Over time it's become a Holy Grail amongst Star Wars collectors and an original will easily sell for over 500 quid (800 US Dollars).

Suitable for use in most 3d programmes, this fan-arts freebie is presented as an example of a new technique I'm developing that can convert most 2D images into 3D models.
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  Minion Inspired by the movie Dispicable Me, and rigged by Donnena, heres a minion for you.

  DudBot Inspired by the tutorial by Johnny Duddle in the March 2009 issue of Computer Arts Projects, here is a fun 1950's styled sci-fi robot called the DudBot.

Comes with loads of fun features, just read the readme to find out more.

What does a Romulan frog use for camouflage? A croaking device