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Eames Lounge
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Published: February 28, 2016
Modeled in 3dsmax, unwrapped and textured with PBR materials in 3dCoat.

This model includes the lounge chair and footrest ottoman as separate objects, both fully textured and UV Unwrapped.  Both objects together consist of 56,137 polygons, and 56,682 vertices.  High resolution PBR (Physically Based Rendering) texture maps are included with this set (4096x4096px), including a color, specular, gloss, and normal map for each material group. Standard bump maps are also included, but I highly recommend using the normal maps with your own customized materials for optimum render results.  *The (Poser) OBJ files have been scaled to import perfectly in Daz|Studio 4.x., and should also import in an approximate location and size in Poser.  See the import instructions below for detailed information on how to import the models in this set to the DAZ Studio software.

**Also included with this zip package is a bonus .BLEND file, with realistic Cycles materials and texture maps already applied to the model, with limited global illumination.  The scene is "ready to render".

DAZ STUDIO / POSER USERS:  The OBJ files denoted with (POSER) suffix were formulated with a scale conversion that will allow the objects to load with appropriate scaling into Daz Studio 4.x and above, with Poser import preset settings. It should also import to scale in Poser 9 and above. To import this file into Daz Studio 4.x, first select File > Import > then navigate to the Lounge or Footrest folder.  Choose the (POSER) designated obj file.  In the DazStudio OBJImportOptions dialogue box, be sure to select the Poser (1 Unit = 8 Ft) Preset option in the "From:" dropdown menu.  Scale should be set to 24384% automatically.  If not, then please enter that value into the Scale field.  Also, keep the "Axis Conversion" X=X, Y=Y, and Z=Z, with NO checkboxes in the "Invert Direction" options.  Be sure "Read Groups", "UV Coordinates", "Surfaces", and "Material Library" (.mtl) are all checked or selected ON.  The objects are designed to import in place to the center grid of a default empty scene environment.  Some, but not all, of the included maps may load with each object. You will be required to customize the materials for each object and tweak the settings for each texture map manually, for best results.  I recommend rendering with the new Iray render engine.  The gloss map, in some render engines like Octane Render, should be placed in the Reflection or Specular "Roughness" parameter, and Inverted.  The map is created so that white areas indicate more shiny areas, and black or darker areas are less shiny.  So in a render engine where roughness is used in place of glossiness, the map needs to be inverted to the opposite grayscale values to work properly.  Feel free to contact me personally if you need help setting up the maps provided in your favorite render engine.

Please let me know if you have any questions, or issues with this product.  I stand behind all of my models, even the free ones, with full tech support.  Thanks!

You can find my previous downloadable offering here:
Free 3D Model: Evil Tree (Full Set) by LuxXeon
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3dstories's avatar

Thanks! With a little work (for me texturing) the Eames Chair comes out really nicely in Poser! Your offerings are really appreciated!

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LuxXeon|Professional Digital Artist
Excellent!  Glad you found it useful.  Feel free to share any renders you have of the model, I'd be interested to see how it turned out.  I plan on doing some updated work on many of my older models to keep them up to date with newer texturing and rendering technologies (like PBR and path tracing) very soon.  Keep an eye out for some new releases before the end of the year.
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Thank you!
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bhodahamna|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for providing the wonderful chair
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LuxXeon|Professional Digital Artist
Thank you!
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Emerald-Wolf13's avatar
Thank you!  Probably the only way I'd get my hands on anything like an Eames chair.  :D
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luqu|Hobbyist General Artist
This chair used here:

Mature Content

Quaren In the Bunny Outfit by luqu
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LuxXeon|Professional Digital Artist
Thank you.  It looks wonderful.  Very nice render.  Glad you found a good use for it.
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MythosArcane|Professional Digital Artist
Clap Nice job on this! Thank you for sharing!Hug 
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LuxXeon|Professional Digital Artist
Thank you!
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morbiusx33|Hobbyist Photographer
I'm sitting on my Eames chair as we speak. :-)
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LuxXeon|Professional Digital Artist
Very cool.  I really like those chairs.  Unfortunately, I've never owned one myself.
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morbiusx33|Hobbyist Photographer
Now's the time to buy the chair!
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CINEMATIC-FILMS's avatar
Hi John
Just 2 Additional shots of your fabulous 3D-Mesh.

imgur.com/a/l84dz
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LuxXeon|Professional Digital Artist
Those shots look simply awesome!  You do some really excellent rendering.  
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LmWolfSpirit's avatar
Thank you! I could curl up and take a nap in this chair. It looks so comfy. = )
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LmAnt|Student Digital Artist
I just tumbled over our page here by accident,
and I am not sure whether I am able to use the models you're sharing so generously
but I just have to say what an awesome job you did modeling these!
That's really great and dedicated work!
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LuxXeon|Professional Digital Artist
Yes, you can use them as u wish for commercial or non-commercial rendering purposes.  I do require credit in the form of a mention or link back if you decide to use them in commercial renderings.  For example, selling prints here on DA would be considered a commercial render, or if you were to use them as props in any render or animation which you monetize or profit from in some way.  You are free to modify to suit your needs, but you can not resell or redistribute the contents without my written permission.  Thank you so much for your support, and hope you enjoy.  If you have any questions or concerns going forward, please don't hesitate to contact me.
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LmAnt|Student Digital Artist
well...thank you! :)
However, I am not sure whether it will work technically.
Importing things to DS is a game where I never know who will win :)
Anyway,...Thanks a lot!
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LuxXeon|Professional Digital Artist
I've tested it in DazStudio 4.8, and it worked fine.  Although you do need to modify the materials to work with Iray.  All the necessary maps for PBR are included though.  The readme file has specific instructions on how to load into Daz Studio, but if you have any troubles, let me know and I will assist you.  The key is to use the OBJ with Poser suffix, and import using the Poser preset in the Daz import dialogue settings.  The scale should be set to the Poser preset scale, etc.
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Thank you for the excellent furniture!
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LuxXeon|Professional Digital Artist
Very welcolm
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Good stuff, thanks!
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