Product Name: Medieval Village
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Version: v5.5 or above

Author: VanishingPoint

Uploaded: 6/23/2016 | User Rating:

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Medieval Village by Vanishing Point

This medieval-styled village includes all the buildings that would be commonly found in a village set in the Tudor period of England.

Windmills flank the central area so grain merchants can quickly process their harvest and produce milled food.

A horse stable in the middle of the village allow the town residents and visitors to tie up their horses for the night. A fence surrounds the stable, though to keep livestock form getting away.
Other buildings include houses, merchant shops, and even two bathroom-outhouses.

This is a scene prop with all items attached as sub-props, so they can be moved, duplicated, saved or deleted from the scene. Doors on horse house are sub-props that can be rotated, as well as the doors on the outhouses. The windmills "wheel" is a sub-prop.

Subprops include:

* 10 different houses

* 1 Horse house (with doors that rotate)

* 2 Outhouses (with doors that rotate)

* Barrels

* Crate

* Wagon

* Fence

* Windmill (with wheel that can rotate)


Note: Rendered in iClone but trees and grass in the scene are default iClone additions for the promos and not included (but you can easily add yourself). The ground is included.

About Vanishing Point

"Established in 2004, Vanishing Point designs and creates the most advanced, sophisticated and versatile 3D models for various platforms and applications. We are a premier content provider for a number of software applications, including Poser Pro, Vue d'Esprit, 3D Studio Max, Lightwave, fbx/ Unity, and iClone."




Tags

cabin , historical , house , medieval , outhouse , point , shack , stable , town , vanishing , village , windmill

 

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