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Grenade Bunny 3D Resource by pixelworlds Grenade Bunny 3D Resource by pixelworlds
Lol! Ya, it's a grenade bunny!

So this was a project for a colleague of mine. He had seen this on the internet and wanted to use a rapid prototyping machine to actually build one. He asked me to create the 3D model.

This was the result!

I'm offering it as a free 3D resource for anyone that would like to use it. The model is available as a *.max file. I usually make 3D resources available as *.obj files, but this one uses edge creases which aren't supported in obj format. If you would like it in another format please let me know and I will see what I can do. Just be forewarned that you will have to go in and re-crease some edges.

Also, since there was no need, this model is NOT UV mapped.

This is distributed under the Creative Commons License. Please remember to credit/link me if you use it. I would love to see what you've done with it. Thanks!
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Ciatach Featured By Owner Oct 20, 2014  Student General Artist
Great concept :)
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pixelworlds Featured By Owner Oct 21, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks! But I can't take credit for the concept! I saw this picture and decided to build the 3d model from it! :)
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Can it be converted to collada .dae?
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pixelworlds Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I could be- but I don't actually own a PC anymore - I went Mac. So I don't have 3D Max anymore. You could ask someone in one of the 3D groups here on dA and they might be able to convert it for you. Sorry kitty! :D
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zetsin Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2011
funny! great xDDD
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C-Williams Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
This is a very cool concept!
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pofyz Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2010
C4D format?? that would be awesome, the bunnynade is hilarious and original.Great work!!!
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pixelworlds Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey pofyz thanks for the kind words! Unfortunately I don't have it in C4D format! I don't have that program and as far as I know I don't even have a way to open that format much less save in it! Sorry!
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fear-is-spreading Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2010  Professional General Artist
Is there no way to finalize edge creases to output an exact model in another format? In C4D, I just export it. and anything I've done to it transfers directly to a final OBJ... it generally increases polycount, but there's no way to get around that one. lol. What program did you use?
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pixelworlds Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
It's modeled in a little program called Silo. Silo supports edge creases like a lot of other programs - but the problem is that the obj format doesn't! So I can either export it as an obj, import it into another program and re-crease the edges or I can subdivide the model in Silo and export it with the higher level of subdivision. Which it sounds like you already know!

If you needed it in a .max format I actually have it with edges creased in that format - but I still can't export to C4D. .max and .c4d are both closed formats that can only be opened using their respective programs.

As far as I can tell the easiest way to get the model to look the same as it does in the preview would be to import the obj file into whatever program you want it in and re-crease the edges yourself. It would be relatively easy as only the grenade body squares are creased.

They are the red edges in this image: [link]

Sorry if that was no help really! I'm not really sure what cross program formats even support edge creases. It seems like they are kind of unique to each individual program and don't translate well between programs.

Rich
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