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3D MODEL - Bank Of Canada Toronto 1.0

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THIS IS A 3D MODEL. DOWNLOADING THIS FILE WILL NOT MAKE BUILDING APPEAR IN SimCity. FOR 3DSMAX USERS ONLY.

 

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Bank Of Canada - Toronto

This is a 100% fictional building I created summer 2013 as an experiment in using different techniques on creating glass (as a quick tutorial for members in chat). The Simtropolis chat community loved it so much they asked for it to be exported in the game. Unfortunately I have no intention of exporting this building. With the cleaning of my computer, this is better uploaded to the Simtropolis community.

This scene has a real good taste of how I actually create my glass for my exported buildings! Download at your own risk.

STATS:
Poly count: 1,685,955 (high, mainly due to tree foliage)
Dependencies Included: Y
Created in: 3dsmax 2012 x64
Compatibility: Unknown
Lighting Rigs: Let There Be Light (2012) by Simfox
File size (decompressed): 84.5 MB in 4 files
File Extension: ".max"
Permission to re-upload: Y (but with credit)
Author's note(s): I made this really quick during chat on ST, so it wasn't as clean as I usually intend by buildings to be. In other words, don't mind the mess! haha

 

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Visit the "Skyscrapers Galore! ^_^" thread under "Bat - Open Discussion" for more projects!

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