Popeye 3D made with 3D studio max 8. Available in the following formats: Max 8, 3DS, OBJ, DXF.
Materials and textures are included in the archive.
Popeye is fully RIGGED and ANIMATED and spinach equipped (in max version).
Popeye the Sailor is a fictional hero of comics and cartoons.
In most cases, Popeye poses to readers and spectators a middle-aged sailor with an independent character, a kind of voice and language (distorting words and "swallowing" sounds). He constantly mummies one eye (presumably because of his absence). He has disproportionately developed forearms on which two anchors are tensed (less often than one), in the majority of cartoons also disproportionately large calves. In the mouth, Popeye constantly holds a corn cobbler (which he often uses as a boatswain whistle). Typically, Popay differs in his everyday life with enormous power (he can freely raise a piano, a large animal (for example, an elephant), and heavy equipment such as an airplane), but in a critical situation, faced with extraordinary complexity, eats a spinach pot and becomes many times stronger.
The Sailor Popeye created by artist Caricaturist Elzie Crisler Segar (1894-1938) and first appeared in the series of daily-featured comics "King Features Syndicate" Thimble Theater, published in The New York Journal. Some cartoon historians believe that the prototype for the sailor Popeye served as a sort of Frank Figl nicknamed "Rocky", a former close friend of Elga Segara during his youth.
The character's story began on Jan. 17, 1929, when the next issue appeared in the world with a new story about the brave sailor. To some of the existing comic book characters - Olive Oil, Hema Grevy (first boyfriend of Olive) and Castor Oylu (brother of Oliv) joined a sailor. His first words were the answer to Cassette Oyle's question "Hey there! Are you a sailor? "-" "And I think I'm a cowboy?"
Initially, I was given a modest episodic role, according to Segara's plan, his presence in the comic strip was to end immediately after the end of history. However, the popularity of the character in the reader environment has grown rapidly, and the author quickly reoriented the plot, making the sailor the main actress. Hem Grevy and Castor Oil turned to the background, and later they completely disappeared from comics (Hem Grevy - forever).
After the death of Segar (dying in 1938 at the age of 43), the series "Thimble Theatre" was transferred to a creative team of several scriptwriters and artists, including the assistant Segar, illustrator Bada Sagendorf.