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Sled radio model in polygon view
Sled radio model in rendered view
I Built many 3D models using Lightwave and I receive royalties from websites that sell my models. Most of my royalties come from TurboSquid. I specialize in household prop models. Mostly items you can find around your house. Items like clocks, radios, tables, and groceries. I recently started making weapons because they sell very well on the website, so I have a few of those too. My largest seller to date is my Pantry Collection I made this some time ago so the labels are quite old but changing out the texture maps is a snap for anyone.
Most of my prop models were built using Lightwave software but I also use Blender, Cinema 4D, and 3D Max depending on the project and which tool works best. I think Lightwave is the most .
From black to marron with a click