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    Originally posted by cora View Post
    thanks.
    for people saying 3dsmax, that's exactly what i'm trying to avoid (I want to minimize asset modeling). I noticed there is a decent amount of free models on turbosquid and blendswap. I was wondering if sketchup has ready-made assets because i see it used a lot in architecture. can anyone confirm? things like this are what i'm looking for.
    Google free .3ds models, there's a lot more places than what you mentioned. Stay away from Sketchup models if you can, it's okay to build building shells but not for furniture etc.

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    thanks.
    for people saying 3dsmax, that's exactly what i'm trying to avoid (I want to minimize asset modeling). I noticed there is a decent amount of free models on turbosquid and blendswap. I was wondering if sketchup has ready-made assets because i see it used a lot in architecture. can anyone confirm? things like this are what i'm looking for.

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    3DSMAX...... If you want to use revit models in unreal you will need to work them through 3dsmax or another modeling program.

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    Just find good clean models on the web or buy them then uv yourself. There are tons of free models.

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    Modeling in anything and unwrapping in 3dsmax.

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    Tools to create assets

    Hi,
    I have been a 3d generalist for a long time, and I'm trying to speed up the process of creating archvis assets since i'm only a single person trying to get into archvis. I found creating assets by hand to be very time consuming so I was wondering what tools are available to dump some ready-made assets that are clean enough for unwrapping and using in UE4.

    I tried hiring freelancers to model some assets, but most of them have a background in Revit and they never even heard of UV mapping. The models I got from them were so "dirty" they're impossible to unwrap reasonably.

    Any tools you guys use?
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