Mission Bells was patterned after one of the most attractive Californian missions, San Juan Capistrano. The Franciscan Order between 1769 and 1823 built 21 missions in California, comprising a series of religious and military outposts. Today, the missions are among the west's oldest structures and are among the most-visited historic monuments.
While the most obvious use for this model is a Mission; it could also easily be used as a Hacienda or just a building with the distinctive Mediterranean architectural influence. It comes with optional Tile Roof Sections (with full geometry) or an option for Faux Tile (using displacement and bump maps) if system performance is a concern.
This model was created for Poser and DAZ Studio uses, however can easily be exported to Bryce, Carrara, Vue and other programs that can import .obj or Collada format. This model is exterior only.
Also included in this package is a Cliff Swallow character for the Songbird ReMix series and its distinctive mud nest.