Old Radiator PBR Low Poly

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A vintage old-style 3D radiator low poly game ready model with realistic PBR textures.

Old Radiator 3D Model

This is a realistic PBR old radiator 3D model for download. A central heating unit made of cast iron (ribs), painted. Suits abandoned and period game levels, 70s – 90s environments and vintage scenes (USSR, soviet, post-apocalyptic).
The model comes in 4 variations, using the same UVs.

About the Game Asset

  • The asset is UV mapped with non-overlapping UVs
  • Pivots correctly positioned for the props
  • It uses 1 material
  • 4 meshes use same material, you can use 2 other texture maps sets, see previews
  • PBR Specular Glossiness texture maps
  • PBR Specular Gloss textures for Cryengine included
  • game ready low poly model baked from high poly to low poly
  • 4 vintage styles
  • This model is optimized for live rendering (game engines, 3D scenes, VR, AR, etc.).
  • The size of the radiator approximately corresponds real life dimensions of the object, varies depending on the model.
  • Low poly model, depending on the model the polycount are: 2,292 faces to 3,537 polys (see wireframe preview images for details)
    Obviously the polycount depends on how many ribs the radiator has.
    You can easily modify it to go a bit lower although that should be optimal for mode of the game engines.
    It’s still a game ready model.
  • LODs: no, although may add in the feature or per request if you really need it.

PBR Texture Maps

Textures in 2K in TIFF formats. Radiator comes in 3 different colors and styles:

  • orange/brown – ‘light walnut’ very soviet style color,
  • dirty yellow – often used in old hospitals, factories, industrial objects, very commonly used from 60s to 90s,
  • green – used in schools, hospital wards, nurseries, surgeriess etc. It’s a another vintage color if you need it for your 3D scenes or video game

PBR Specular Glossiness textures in 2K resolution, in lossless image TIFF format are provided.

Cryengine textures:

  • _diff – albedo / diffuse textures
  • _spec – specular textures
  • _ddna – normal map with Gloss map in the Alpha channel

Specular Glossiness textures:

  • Diffuse
  • Glossiness
  • Specular
  • Normal

Other Info

This is realistic looking 3D radiator game ready model. Although it’s a low poly game assets specifically made for Cryengine however you can use it however you like as long as your software supports FBX import (most of the 3D software does) and Specular Glossiness workflow is supported. It’s a game prop to be used in game levels, in different environment style: home interior, central heating equipment, abandoned hospital, spooky and mysterious environment, soviet, USSR, Eastern Block game scenes and so on.

It was modelled in Blender 3D and textured in Adobe Substance painter for the game I’m working on for the abandoned environment.

Preview images rendered in Blender in EEVEE rendered using Specular BSDF shader.

BTW If you decide to purchase and download this model it will help me to fund the game. Thanks.

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3D Generalist – Indie Game Dev.

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30% off when you buy any of my 3d models: vrac-indie30 (1st purchase). Enjoy.

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