Cartoon Shark Rigged 3D model, IN Max version Only: The model is rigged and finely skinned. 2 Morphing targets are set for facial expressions:
Mouth close, and mouth widely open as an attack attitude.
A second .max file comes with a complete undersea scene, exactly the same than the presentation picture, with rocks and
sand. Seaweds are made with the plugin "hair and fur" included into stadard tools of 3D Studio Max.
In all formats (.Max, .Obj, .3ds, .fbx):
The model is quad only and UVW Mapped. The mesh is clean and perfect for game or animation.
Exchange formats (.obj, .3ds, .Fbx) are not rigged.
Textures are hand made, and large enough for close view (2000 x 2000).
Textures and materials are included into each archive, no special render needed, just unzip and render.
Sharks are a cartilage superorder (Chondrichthyes), belonging to the subclass of plate-lace (Elasmobranchii) and having the following distinguishing features: an elongated body of more or less torpedo shape, a large heterocercal tail fin, usually a large number of sharp teeth on each jaw.
The teeth of most sharks have the shape of sharp cones and sit on the cartilages of the upper and lower jaws. The teeth are regularly replaced as they fall on the principle of the conveyor - their replacement is constantly growing from the inside. According to its structure and origin, these are modified placoid scales. Depending on the diet and lifestyle, the teeth and jaws are very different in different types of sharks. Bottom sharks, whose food is usually protected by a hard shell, have crushing teeth - flat with a ribbed surface (raznozubaya shark). Many predatory species have long, sharp teeth adapted for easy penetration into prey flesh (for example, sand sharks). Such sharks as tiger, teeth wide and serrated - intended for cutting and tearing the meat of a larger victim. The plankton-eating sharks have small teeth (about 3-5 mm in the whale shark).
Download Cartoon Shark 3D model on Flatpyramid.