Old Euro Fountain 3
A smooth fossil stone fountain with five alternative finials (fountain tops), surrounded by bubbling jets of water. The fountain has four upward jets of water in the top basin and another four, slightly larger jets of water in the bottom basin. The water is splashing in very lively fashion in the basin, sparkling water droplets surround the fountain and some splash over the sides.
This fountain is very high resolution, but remains relatively small in polygon count. It looks full of action from every viewing angle.
Five alternative finials are included in the package – each of these is shown in one picture. One of the finials is a lamp with a light bulb of your choice of colors.
Expand the pictures to view the details of the splashing water.
The Old Euro Fountain 3 model is available in *.obj, Max/Vray, Maxwell Render Scene, Vue and Maya versions.
The fountain structure is UV mapped and each version comes with the EuraGem fossil standstone texture in appropriate versions for the renderer. (The *.obj version includes the diffuse, bump, specular and reflectivity maps.) Of course, you may subsitute any texture of your choice.
A special feasture of this fountain is that it comes with five alternative “finials” – fountain tops. One is a classic “pineapple.” One is a twisted “flame.” One is a ball spire. One is a hummingbird sculpture. The last is a lamp top with glass and internal light cylinder. Each of these is UV mapped and has the polished fossil stone texture applied to the body of the finial. Each finial has the pivot point located at the base, so the final may be rescaled if desired. The fountain model is packaged with the classic pineapple top. The four alternative finials are in a separate downloadable package in the *.obj file format.
There is a Realflow Scene File equivalent to this model. To see an animation of the flowing water in this fountain, go here, and click on the Video Tab near the bottom of the page.
"OBJ", "Max/Vray", "Maxwell Render Scene", "Maya", "Vue"
|Zip File Size||
"257, 368 polygons"
"128, 947 vertices"