Instructions of use are included in the blend file, along with all textures.
The image above is rendered with cycles, though this file is for 2.57b and does not include the background scene
This is great; however, I'd recommend a little less generic texturing. Try image texturing with specific damage, dust, etc.; in the end it'll be worth it. It's still an awesome tank, though!
I would have, but the high polyness of it didnt like me..... i couldnt do any texture painting at all without it crashing
I'm not saying you need to texture paint, per se; I always just unwrap the model and do all my texturing in GIMP.
True, but i dont think blender (or at least my computer) could handle another 4k texture
Great model. Blender could easy handle another 4k texture.
just wondering if you noticed but on the site the file is licensed as CC-BY but in the file it clearly states that it is CC-BY-SA-NC
great model. Just wondering if you noticed that on the site it is CC-BY but in the file it says CC-BY-SA-NC
This site doesn't allow for CC-BY-SA-NC, so legally if you download it from here you can take it as CC-BY. If you download it from my site (blendernerd.com) then I'd prefer the CC-BY-SA-NC.
I'm not out of school yet so licencing really doesn't matter much to me. As long as I get the credit and don't have it stolen I'm happy. No big deal :P
Ok thanks for clarifying and sorry for the double post. It did not show up the first time so I posted it again
I really need to figure out how to rig vehicles, this is brilliant. Great Job!
Thought you might want to see this:
<a href="http://www.vimeo.com/29524634" rel="nofollow">http://www.vimeo.com/29524634</a>
Ahh sweet thanks for the link!
-Excellent work thanks.
awesome!!! Would love to see more models as I'm sure they would be great as well.
Looks great!!! Nicely done