VFX Artist Releases High-Def CG Models of Star Wars Ships and Props



/ 2 years ago

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A visual effects artist who worked on Star Wars: The Force Awakens has released a pack of Star Wars-related HD 3D computer models of ships and props, ranging from a TIE Fighter, to R2-D2 and Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber. The artist, Andrew Kramer, released the files via Video CoPilot, and are compatible with the Element 3D plugin for After Effects.

The models, boasting 4K textures, can be rendered in Element 3D, and could conceivably be used for custom CG animations, added to existing games, or even 3D printed.

“To celebrate our love for Star Wars we are giving away a sweet collection of 3D models that we built to show you how you can create your own visual effects,” says Kramer. “Our goal is to show you tips for Lighting, Rigging and animating these so you can learn to create exciting visual FX!”

“These are not just some piece of junk models,” he adds. “These models are HD with detailed 4K textures! Plus they render fast inside Element 3D! How fast? Fast enough for you! We had a blast creating this collection and we hope you will have fun playing with these models too!”

The downloadable pack includes the following models:

  • TIE Fighter
  • Imperial Corridor Pieces
  • Luke Lightsaber
  • Obi-Wan Lightsaber
  • Darth Vader Lightsaber
  • R2-D2
  • BB-8
  • X-Wing
  • Tatooine Water Vaporator

The model pack can be downloaded here.

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