Published: November 26, 2017
More freebie fun. Two props for the very low price of nothing. The Pop Cube Shelf prop includes a cube without any cut-outs in case you want to match the others or put the legs on it to make a small table. You can take the middle parts and repeat them to make larger shelves.
The Pop Cube Shelves include the .obj files as well as the Daz files. Because I don't know how to save a multi-element thing as a prop, I originally saved the Pop Cube Shelf 3x3 as a scene subset and then edited the content to be prop/furnishings/furniture. Everything is saved in the My Library folders it's in my installation, but if something goes wrong, I leave it up to you to figure it out. Do let me know if there's a missing data piece, though.
I couldn't replicate the Modo MDF composite shader I used in the cover image in Daz, but I did include a shader for it. It references an agate noise texture that's in the folder with the OBJ files.
The UVs on these are really solid—using Modo 11.2's new Texel Normalization technology, I made the UVs uniform in size, so if you tile a texture, it will be uniform in size across the entire set (excluding the leg).
As usual, I forgot to include a license. I don't care what you do with this. If you want to sell it, well, that's not so cool, but realistically, I'm not going to track you down and have a Space Pirate do space piratey things to you. I might tell the store you're selling it at you stole it. Mostly, though, I just want to know how people use this stuff, so if you make a render with it, I'd appreciate it if you flag me so I can see it.
CAVEAT: I render this in Modo. The Daz shaders won't match this.