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Free Pouf Ottoman model

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This is a model of a simple Pouf Ottoman footstool, available in a variety of file fomats*, including several preset .obj files for more accurate scale import to specific applicaitons. You are free to use or modify this object as you see fit for use in your scenes as an architectural prop, and it's free to use for both commercial and non commercial renders. You may not, however, resell this object, or any derivative of this object, by itself or as part of a package.

*Included in the zip file, you should find the following:

pouf_ottoman/maps (the texture maps, including color, bump, and specular)
pouf_ottoman.3DS
pouf_ottoman.max (3dsmax scene file)
pouf_ottoman.obj
pouf_ottoman.mtl (obj material definition)
pouf_ottoman-blender.obj (scaled for Blender import)
pouf_ottoman-blender.mtl
pouf_ottoman-dazstudio.obj (scaled for Daz|Studio)
pouf_ottoman-dazstudio.mtl
pouf_ottoman-poser.obj (scaled for Poser)
pouf_ottoman-poser.mtl
pouf_ottoman.pz3 (Poser 2012 scene file)

**NOTE: The 3dsmax scene file works only with 3dsmax 2012 or higher. Poser scene file works only with Poser 2012 or higher. I did my best to provide as many specific file format scale conversions with the OBJ as I could. If you don't have the 2012 versions of either 3dsmax or Poser, I'm sorry, try importing one of the .OBJ files, or .3DS instead.

***Thanks to cgtextures.com for the tileable maps, and thanks to my brother, maxxxmodelz, for providing the Poser file format conversion!***

Have fun, and let me know if there are any issues at my email: luxxeon@zoho.com
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xotz's avatar
Thanks ! (Gonna put a beautiful girl on that one...Wink/Razz )
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LuxXeonProfessional Digital Artist
Very welcome!  Thank you!
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Thx, I used it here: fav.me/d7o2ty1
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LuxXeonProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks for using my ottoman!  Looks great in the render.
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feldrandHobbyist Photographer
love the seems... :D
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LuxXeonProfessional Digital Artist
Thank you.
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feldrandHobbyist Photographer
:iconsun--plz:
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OnEDeMOHobbyist Digital Artist
How many time you spend to realise your works generally?
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LuxXeonProfessional Digital Artist
Hello. Generally speaking, it all depends on the project. This model of the Ottoman footstool, including texturing, only took about 15 minutes from start to finish. The render actually took longer than the modeling process. I already had the background room you see in this render modeled from another scene I made, so I simply reused it to display the ottoman footstool.
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OnEDeMOHobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you. Your works look very well, i'm ''starting'' in 3D, and i want to do works like this, i have to learn more about VRay, modeling and textures.

I work in Cinema 4D, i know you use 3dmax, but do you like cinema 4D for 3D modeling?
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LuxXeonProfessional Digital Artist
I have never used Cinema4D, but I have heard that Cinema's polygon modeling tools are very good also. You should be able to model anything you want with it.
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AnthonyRalanoProfessional Digital Artist
Nice texturing.
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LuxXeonProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks, Tony. The texturing for it is really basic; just a UVW map in box mode. Feel free to use this model for anything you like (although you could probably model a better one yourself in less time than it takes to download and unpack the zip). :thumbsup:
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AnthonyRalanoProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks!
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robbiepeeradjeHobbyist Digital Artist
I have downloaded it, and will use it in my coming renders :-)
I will notify you for sure when te render is done :D
Thanks Leon..
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LuxXeonProfessional Digital Artist
Thanks. Look forward to it. You can send me a note, or just reply here. If you need any assistance, or have any issues, let me know. Thanks again.
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robbiepeeradjeHobbyist Digital Artist
I used the otto for several renders, only thing is that I did not use the poser setup pz3 because of the prefixed setup of it all.
I imported the obj file and rescaled it :-)
Many Thanks my friend :-)
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Y-PhilHobbyist Digital Artist
It looks great. I'm using it: a picture is being computed just now...

For those who have a previous version, don't worry: Poser most of the time, will try to read the PZ3 file as well. It will display a remark, but as long as no specific, unknown function is used, you'll be able to open this file.
That comes from the fact that Poser's file a straight, organized pure text files.
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LuxXeonProfessional Digital Artist
Oh wow. That's something I did not know, thanks! That's a good way to remain backwards-compatible. Not a lot of applications can do that. I'll be making more ottoman models too... some will be more "poufy" than others. I see there are so many different kinds of ottomans out there; some are more rounded and soft, some are more square, and some even have legs! They are fun, and relatively easy objects to model. :thumbsup:
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Y-PhilHobbyist Digital Artist
You're welcome :-)
... and thank you so much for sharing your creations: not everybody's doing that :nod:
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LlolaLaneHobbyist General Artist
THANK YOU LuxXeon!!! It's great... Gonna use it in my next render .. winks :)
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LuxXeonProfessional Digital Artist
You're most welcome. Let me know if you run into any issues. I provided several different OBJ files, with different scale, so depending on your application, they should import fairly well. Or if you have 3dsmax or Poser 2012, there are scene files included.
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LlolaLaneHobbyist General Artist
ok.. Lux.. I have poser 9 (brand new to it though) and DAZ3d.. I'll keep ya posted.. winks :)
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LuxXeonProfessional Digital Artist
Ok cool. The scene file for Poser probably won't load for you, because it's for Poser 2012 or higher. However, just import the poser-specific OBJ, and you should be fine. Thanks.
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