Dutch Girl 3D Model (3ds dxf lwo)

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Dutch Girl 3D Model in 3ds dxf lwo

Dutch Girl


Dutch girl is a young female human, usually a child or an adolescent. When she becomes an adult, Dutch girl is described as a woman. The term dutch girl may also be used to mean a young woman, and is sometimes used as a synonym for daughter

Dutch Girl is a beautiful and brave girl. She fights to help poor people. She always helps people who need financial help. Dutch girl is a tall and beautiful girl. Dutch Girls hate guys who always brag about themselves. Dutch girl might not trust her boyfriend every time but she would always love her beloved and trusted one.

Dutch Girls are naturally chatty. While both boy and dutch girl babies say their first word around their first birthday, girls usually have more words at 16 months than toddler boys do.

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You can use the Dutch girl 3D model in your animation projects, films, and gaming. Download this dutch girl 3D model only from the FlatPyramid website at the best prices. If you have any queries regarding the product you can contact us anytime.

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Specifications

  • Vertices
  • Polygons13429
  • GeometryPolygonal
  • AnimatedNo
  • MaterialsNo
  • RiggedNo
  • TexturesNo
  • File-formats3D Studio (.3ds), AutoCAD (.dxf), Lightwave (.lwo, .lw, .lws)
  • NID15074
  • LicenseRoyalty Free
  • Copyright TransferredNo
  • ResellableNo
3D Model ID: 182988

Published on: February 13, 2011