Cartoon Sheep Rigged 3D Model (3ds max fbx obj)

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Cartoon Sheep Rigged 3D model

The image of a sheep is present in many cultures, especially in areas where sheep are the most common type of livestock.

In contrast, in other cultures, a ram, especially a wild one, is often used as a symbol of courage and strength. So, the logos of the American football team of St. Louis Rams and the Dodge Ram pickup are sent to the bowery wild ram, common in North America.

Sheep are key characters in many fables, children's songs (the English song “Mary Had a Little Lamb” - “Mary had a lamb”) and poems. In novels such as George Orwell's Animal Farm, Sheep Hunt by Haruki Murakami, Far Away from a Distracted Crowd by Thomas Hardy, Sheep that Changed the World by Neil Astley (meaning Dolly the Sheep), sheep act as characters or plot moves. In verses (William Blake's Lamb) and songs (Pink Floyd's Sheep or Bach's area, “Sheep can graze safely”), the image of a sheep is used as a metaphor.

In the 2007 New Zealand film “Black Sheep,” the traditional view of sheep as being timid and defenseless is ironically reinterpreted when, as a result of a genetic experiment, sheep become bloodthirsty killers according to the plot.

A mischievous, quick-witted and adventurous lamb Sean has become a popular character in the cartoon series of the same name; He was later joined by Timmy the Lamb - originally one of the characters in the animated series mentioned, who then became the hero of his own epic.

Lamb Barash - one of the heroes of the animated series "Smeshariki."

Sheep are also mentioned in many sayings and idioms. Thus, in many European languages, the black sheep idiom is a partial analogue of the Russian expressions “white crow” and “black sheep”. The famous phrase “back to our sheep” (“revenons à nos moutons”) calls for a return to the main topic of the trial. But the famous saying “stared like a ram on a new gate” does not refer to an animal: even in antiquity, the Assyrians and then the Romans, storming the enemy cities and fortresses, smashed shutters with a heavy log with a metal head in the form of a ram's head. Thus, a ram staring at a new gate meant that the troops were ready for an assault and the citadel would inevitably fall.
Counting sheep is popularly used as a way to fall asleep as a result of its monotony.
The saying “hired a sheep of the wolves to graze - in the evening only a shred of wool remained” characterizes a person who has taken on a dangerous and unbearable business for him.

The image of a sheep is present in many cultures, especially in areas where sheep are the most common type of livestock.

In contrast, in other cultures, a ram, especially a wild one, is often used as a symbol of courage and strength. So, the logos of the American football team of St. Louis Rams and the Dodge Ram pickup are sent to the bowery wild ram, common in North America.

Sheep are key characters in many fables, children's songs (the English song “Mary Had a Little Lamb” - “Mary had a lamb”) and poems. In novels such as George Orwell's Animal Farm, Sheep Hunt by Haruki Murakami, Far Away from a Distracted Crowd by Thomas Hardy, Sheep that Changed the World by Neil Astley (meaning Dolly the Sheep), sheep act as characters or plot moves. In verses (William Blake's Lamb) and songs (Pink Floyd's Sheep or Bach's aria, “Sheep can graze safely” (Schafe können sicher weiden)), the image of a sheep is used as a metaphor.

In the 2007 New Zealand film “Black Sheep,” the traditional view of sheep as being timid and defenseless is ironically reinterpreted when, as a result of a genetic experiment, sheep become bloodthirsty killers according to the plot.

A mischievous, quick-witted and adventurous lamb Sean has become a popular character in the cartoon series of the same name; He was later joined by Timmy the Lamb - originally one of the characters in the animated series mentioned, who then became the hero of his own epic.

Lamb Barash - one of the heroes of the animated series "Smeshariki."

Sheep are also mentioned in many sayings and idioms. Thus, in many European languages, the black sheep idiom is a partial analogue of the Russian expressions “white crow” and “black sheep”. The famous phrase “back to our sheep” (“revenons à nos moutons”) calls for a return to the main topic of the trial. But the famous saying “stared like a ram on a new gate” does not refer to an animal: even in antiquity, the Assyrians and then the Romans, storming the enemy cities and fortresses, smashed shutters with a heavy log with a metal head in the form of a ram's head. Thus, a ram staring at a new gate meant that the troops were ready for an assault and the citadel would inevitably fall.
Counting sheep is popularly used as a way to fall asleep as a result of its monotony.
The saying “hired a sheep of the wolves to graze - in the evening only a shred of wool remained” characterizes a person who has taken on a dangerous and unbearable business for him.

Low Poly of a Cartoon Sheep Rigged 3D model made with 3D Studio Max 8

In Max version only:

the model is rigged ( pelvis,head,legs,arms,hands,spine,head,foot,mouth).
the mesh fur is rigged too.

Textures are hand made and large enough for close view (4000 x 4000).
No special render engine needed, just unzip and render.

two scenes comes with standard materials and Mental Ray materials (+ light and complete scene) as the main
presentation picture.

The model is finely skined, the mesh is clean, mainly Quad , and very easy to anime, and perfect for game.
some mophing targets are added for facial expression (Angry, eyes halfclosed, lips up, tongue out etc..)

Fur are made with "hair and fur" modifier included into standard tools of 3D Studio Max, BUT a mesh version of fur is included too
in mental ray scene.

For exchanges formats:

Available in following formats: obj, 3ds, Fbx, Stl .

The exchanges formats are NOT rigged They are UVW mapped with the same textures than the native file.
Exchange formats are mainly quad .
the mesh fur in icluded into .obj archive.

eyes ball and teeth are separate objects

Textures materials are included into each archive

The model is Print ready . Print Size (cm): 6,78 x 11,72 x 11,91

***** A readme.txt file is included for some advices of use. *****

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Available Source 3D Model File Formats

Specifications

  • Optimized-forNone
  • File-formats3D Studio (.3ds), 3D Studio Max file (.max), Autodesk FBX file (.fbx), StereoLithography (.stl), Wavefront (.obj)
  • GeometryPolygonal
  • PluginsNone
  • MaterialsYes
  • TexturesYes
  • RiggedYes
  • AnimatedNo
  • Polygons7840
  • Vertices3926
3D Model ID: 277477

Published on: May 30, 2018
3D Artist: supercigale