Photo-realistic 3D model of classic cutlery dessert knife and fork with 4 tines.
The model is UV-mapped, smoothable, 3D print ready, made in 3ds Max 2011 and V-Ray 2.40.
* Model's clean topology is based on loops and quads.
* Support of edges retains model shape when subdivided.
* The level of details is enough for close-up renders.
* Objects, groups, materials, textures have unique and meaningful names.
* Model has real world scale (system units - centimeters).
* Base of the models is at the World Origin (0,0) just above the grid.
* Model has clean non-overlapping UVs.
* Two *.max files are provided: with V-Ray materials and Standard materials.
* Along with model only file, .max scene is provided including cameras and lighting setup, used to render preview images.
* The model is completely ready for visualization.
* The model is prepared for 3D printing with high resolution STL file.
* Each mesh is put in a separate file.
* 3 levels of mesh subdivision is delivered for 3DS, FBX, OBJ formats: 0, 1, 2
* Product previews were rendered in 3DS Max with V-Ray renderer using mesh subdivision level 2.
File types included:
* max (Autodesk 3ds Max® 2011, V-Ray renderer)
* max (Autodesk 3ds Max® 2011, Scanline renderer)
* ma (Autodesk Maya® 2011 (ASCII), Maya Software renderer)
* c4d (Maxon Cinema 4D R13, Advanced renderer)
* 3ds (3D Studio)
* fbx (Autodesk FBX version 2013.3)
* obj (Wavefront Technologies)
* stl (StereoLithography)
* pdf (User Guide)
* png (Previews)
FBX, OBJ and 3DS were exported straight from Autodesk 3ds Max®.
Polygon count (2682 vertices, 2678 quads, no tris or ngons):
* Knife: 1526 vertices, 1524 quads.
* Fork: 1156 vertices, 1154 quads.
* Knife: W=2,25cm, L=19,27cm, H=0,88cm
* Fork: W=2,34cm, L=16,8cm, H=1,69cm
Materials: YES, procedural
UV map: YES, non-overlapping
A pastry fork, also known as a "pie fork" or "cake fork", is a fork designed for eating pastries and other desserts from a plate. The fork has three or four tines. The three-tine fork has a larger, flattened and beveled tine on the side while the four-tine fork has the first and second tine connected or bridged together and beveled.
Pastry forks range in size from 4 inches (10 cm) (in English pastry fork sets) to 71⁄2 inches (19 cm) as serving pieces in silverware (sterling and silver plate) place settings. In many fine place settings, the pastry fork and pie fork may be two separate forks as well.
It is typically designed so that it can be used with the right hand, while the left-hand holds the plate. It, therefore, has the left side widened to be used as a knife to cut the food when pressed down on the plate. Left-handed pastry forks have the right side widened instead.
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