Leprechaun comes with materials textures and bump maps as seen in thumbnail image.
Note: Materials and textures are available only on .c4d and .fbx formats. Bump maps are available only on .c4d format. All parts are movable.
A leprechaun is a type of fairy of the Aos Sí in Irish folklore. The name leprechaun is derived from the Irish word leipreachán, defined by Patrick Dinneen as a pigmy, a sprite, or leprechaun
They are usually depicted as little bearded men, wearing a coat and hat, who partake in mischief. They are solitary creatures who spend their time making and mending shoes and have a hidden pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. They are similar to a gnome or an elf. They are small fairy folklore creatures about two feet tall resembling elves. The leprechaun is often associated with handcrafts. They come from a long line of traditional shoemakers.
Many people assume that these creatures only live in Ireland. However, leprechauns have the most amazing magic, which means that they can be found in many places around the world. These funny little creatures can be found in most places, especially near an area of trees. Trees are special as they can hide behind them or up in the branches. Leprechauns are easily camouflaged and blend into woodland scenery because of all the green clothes that they wear.
At FlatPyramid, we have developed a high resolution 3-D model of a leprechaun. This is a Realistic 3d model with Texture. Real-world scale and exact proportions.Leprechaun comes with materials textures and bump maps as seen in thumbnail image. All parts are movable.It is available in 3ds, max formats for commercial, non-commercial and editing purposes. The design can be used in any project. It is one of the most detailed models of a leprechaun that you will come across on the web. These models are used in difficult architectural visualizations, animations, movies or games.
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