Highly detailed wasp 3D model including even the hairs on the back and the head.
Previews render in XSI.
The objects have Meshsmooth applied so you can set the object resolution as you like.
In 3 different resolutions ranging from 39662 to 109600 Polygons. The lowest poly-version is the SubD. hull. So you can use it easily as SubD in Maya/XSI or any software supporting SubD.
In 3 different resolutions ranging from 24230 to 122668 Polygons.
The wasps are the name of some insects of the suborder stalk-like gab (Apocrita) of the order of the hymenoptera, which has no strictly scientific definition. In principle, these are all stinging stalked inlets, not related to bees and ants.
Currently, there are many different types of wasps, but all of them, one way or another, belong to one of two main categories: solitary and social wasps. So, representatives of single wasps usually lead a solitary lifestyle and often do not build nests. In addition, all adults of single wasps are able to reproduce. Unlike solitary, social wasps live in families of up to several thousand individuals; they build fairly strong nests, but only the queen and males are capable of breeding, while the rest of the family consists of barren female working wasps.
Nests of social wasps, such as hornets, were originally built by the uterus and do not exceed the size of a walnut in their sizes until barren female workers are not accepted for construction. The process of building a nest begins with the fact that the uterus makes a single layer or canopy, moving from the inside to the outside until it reaches the edges of the cavity. Below the canopy, she builds a leg, to which she can attach several cells: it is in them that the first eggs will be laid. Then the uterus continues its work, moving outward towards the edges of the cavity, adding another level. This process is repeated, each time adding a new tier, until the first eggs are born and a sufficient number of female workers reach maturity, who continue to build the nest, allowing the uterus to focus only on further reproduction. For this reason, the size of the nest is a good indicator of how many working wasps there are in the colony. Quite often, the size of the colony has several thousand female workers with only one uterus.
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