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    [RELEASED] Animal Skin Models Pack (Fox, Sheep, Goat, Rabbit)

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    Now available on the Marketplace


    These animal skins are a stylish floor, or furniture decoration for your architectural visualizations and game environments.




    The pack includes a fox, rabbit and goat skin, as well as two sheep skins.

    Each of the animal skins comes in 7 levels of detail. This ensures that the model pack is perfect for ArchViz, high-end PC / Console games, as well as VR games.
    Just choose the LOD(s) best suited for your project.

    The models are based on photogrammetry scans, which makes them photo-realistic.
    While not relying on any fur simulations, so they’re perfectly suited for real-time rendering in Unreal Engine 4!

    Each animal skin has an albedo, normals and a composite texture containing roughness, curvature for optional additional albedo details and a fuzz texture.
    The pack contains a master material which utilizes these textures to realistically render the animal skins.
    As well as a material instance for each animal skin with the suggested, but of course tweakable, parameters for each skin.

    No animals were hurt to create this product.


    Technical Specifications:

    Physically-Based Rendering: Yes
    Props scaled to Epic skeleton: Yes
    Texture Size: All textures are in 4096x4096 resolution
    Collision: Yes, automatically generated
    LODs: All models have 7 LODs with: 50k, 25k, 12.5k, 6.2k, 3.1k, 1.5k and 780 tris
    Number of Meshes: 35
    Number of Materials and Material Instances: 1 Material, 5 Material Instances
    Number of Textures: 15
    Engine Compatibility: 4.17.x / 4.18.x / 4.19.x
    Supported Development Platforms: PC, Consoles, VR

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    The Animal Skin Pack is on a 50% off Sale now, so you can get it for just $9.99!

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