GMS Props Freebies (updated 05-07-2019)

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  • Charles WestCharles West Posts: 123

    Thanks for the wonderful freebie. I guess it is because of my background I must believe it is in an area without rain. Flat roofs are a pain in the real world and the beautiful skylight would be a roofer's nightmare creating a bunch of swimming pools if it rained... Sorry old habits die hard.  Simple rule of roofs... water runs downhill and if it leaks it is not right.  I saw how you prefer the information from other posts and do not mean it as a negative just informative.

     

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  • Faeryl WomynFaeryl Womyn Posts: 1,176

    It looks fabulous, thank you

  • zombietaggerungzombietaggerung Posts: 1,541

    Thanks for the wonderful freebie. I guess it is because of my background I must believe it is in an area without rain. Flat roofs are a pain in the real world and the beautiful skylight would be a roofer's nightmare creating a bunch of swimming pools if it rained... Sorry old habits die hard.  Simple rule of roofs... water runs downhill and if it leaks it is not right.  I saw how you prefer the information from other posts and do not mean it as a negative just informative.

     

    That did occur to me actually, but the more triangular roof I made looked terrible, so I opted for flat.

  • Charles WestCharles West Posts: 123

    Thanks for the wonderful freebie. I guess it is because of my background I must believe it is in an area without rain. Flat roofs are a pain in the real world and the beautiful skylight would be a roofer's nightmare creating a bunch of swimming pools if it rained... Sorry old habits die hard.  Simple rule of roofs... water runs downhill and if it leaks it is not right.  I saw how you prefer the information from other posts and do not mean it as a negative just informative.

     

    That did occur to me actually, but the more triangular roof I made looked terrible, so I opted for flat.

    I thought about a high sunroof where the glass overlaps the panel frame below so it would still have the sunlight but a off the glass steps t drain but the two sides are even walled and just a minor slope on the other roof...  something like

    idea-1.jpg
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  • zombietaggerungzombietaggerung Posts: 1,541

    Thanks for the wonderful freebie. I guess it is because of my background I must believe it is in an area without rain. Flat roofs are a pain in the real world and the beautiful skylight would be a roofer's nightmare creating a bunch of swimming pools if it rained... Sorry old habits die hard.  Simple rule of roofs... water runs downhill and if it leaks it is not right.  I saw how you prefer the information from other posts and do not mean it as a negative just informative.

     

    That did occur to me actually, but the more triangular roof I made looked terrible, so I opted for flat.

    I thought about a high sunroof where the glass overlaps the panel frame below so it would still have the sunlight but a off the glass steps t drain but the two sides are even walled and just a minor slope on the other roof...  something like

    That's an interesting idea. I may try it on my next project. Can I keep that doodle for inspiration?

  • Charles WestCharles West Posts: 123

    Thanks for the wonderful freebie. I guess it is because of my background I must believe it is in an area without rain. Flat roofs are a pain in the real world and the beautiful skylight would be a roofer's nightmare creating a bunch of swimming pools if it rained... Sorry old habits die hard.  Simple rule of roofs... water runs downhill and if it leaks it is not right.  I saw how you prefer the information from other posts and do not mean it as a negative just informative.

     

    That did occur to me actually, but the more triangular roof I made looked terrible, so I opted for flat.

    I thought about a high sunroof where the glass overlaps the panel frame below so it would still have the sunlight but a off the glass steps t drain but the two sides are even walled and just a minor slope on the other roof...  something like

    That's an interesting idea. I may try it on my next project. Can I keep that doodle for inspiration?

    sure and the muse called so I played with hexagon so here is a visual better than my sketch.

    awallidea.jpg
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  • zombietaggerungzombietaggerung Posts: 1,541

    Thanks for the wonderful freebie. I guess it is because of my background I must believe it is in an area without rain. Flat roofs are a pain in the real world and the beautiful skylight would be a roofer's nightmare creating a bunch of swimming pools if it rained... Sorry old habits die hard.  Simple rule of roofs... water runs downhill and if it leaks it is not right.  I saw how you prefer the information from other posts and do not mean it as a negative just informative.

     

    That did occur to me actually, but the more triangular roof I made looked terrible, so I opted for flat.

    I thought about a high sunroof where the glass overlaps the panel frame below so it would still have the sunlight but a off the glass steps t drain but the two sides are even walled and just a minor slope on the other roof...  something like

    That's an interesting idea. I may try it on my next project. Can I keep that doodle for inspiration?

    sure and the muse called so I played with hexagon so here is a visual better than my sketch.

    I appreciate the visual, thanks.

  • GreymomGreymom Posts: 662

    Wow - cool - many thanks!

  • zombietaggerungzombietaggerung Posts: 1,541
    edited August 2018

    New Freebie: Cooler

    This is a simple cooler prop. It's rigged, so the wheels turn, the lid opens and the handle can be lifted. There is a drain plug cap smart-propped to the drain hole. It only has the one material, but it's for BOTH Iray and 3DL. Extract to your My Library folder. Happy rendering. 

    Not tested in Poser or on a Mac.

    Commercial and non commercial renders are OK, contents of the zip are not to be distributed.

    Download: Sharecg|Renderosity (once it's approved)

    Cooler Main.jpg
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    Post edited by zombietaggerung on
  • Faeryl WomynFaeryl Womyn Posts: 1,176

    Already picked it up, looks great, thanks.

  • Looks really good, thank you!

  • LenioTGLenioTG Posts: 801

    Thank you for everything, you're great! :D

  • PaganArtistPaganArtist Posts: 210
    edited December 2018

    Used to get candy cigarettes and bublegum cigars when I was a kid

    You're showing your age my friend I remember those days too do you remember when Topps baseball cards came with a stick of bubble gum. Sometimes the gum would be hard as a rock I wish I held onto some of those cards though LOL!

     

    @ Zombietaggerung

    Thanks for all your wonderful work I've got many of your free items you do very good work!!!

     

    Post edited by PaganArtist on
  • kameneko said:

    Thank you for everything, you're great! :D

     

    Used to get candy cigarettes and bublegum cigars when I was a kid

    You're showing your age my friend I remember those days too do you remember when Topps baseball cards came with a stick of bubble gum. Sometimes the gum would be hard as a rock I wish I held onto some of those cards though LOL!

     

    @ Zombietaggerung

    Thanks for all your wonderful work I've got many of your free items you do very good work!!!

     

    You're both quite welcome. I'm glad to give back. smiley

  • zombietaggerungzombietaggerung Posts: 1,541
    edited March 15

    New Freebie: Dumpster

    A simple Dumpster. The lid opens and it's for Iray and 3DL with a couple of recolors.

    Commercial and non-commercial renders OK, contents not for redistribution.
    DS4 or higher, not tested in Poser or on a Mac.

    Download: Sharecg|Renderosity (once it's approved)

    Dumpster main.jpg
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    Post edited by zombietaggerung on
  • zombietaggerungzombietaggerung Posts: 1,541
    edited May 8

    New Freebie: Studio Apartment

    This is a Studio Apartment. All the walls, floor, doors, and door handles are seperate props. As are the Kitchen cabinets, Bathroom Vanity, toilet, Tub, Bed/couch Pillows, Microwave, Fridge, Hotplate, End table and TV; everything is modeled in Blender. Everything is scaled properly for Daz figures.
    All moving parts are rigged or have the rotation point in the correct place. 3DL and Iray versions included. Image maps created by me. Everything is UV unwrapped and shader friendly.

    Extract to your My Library folder. And please let me know if you have any issues. Licensed for commercial and non-commercial use. Tested in DS4+ not tested in Poser. 
    Contents of this zip are not allowed to be redistributed.

    Download: Sharecg|Renderosity

    studio main.jpg
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    Post edited by zombietaggerung on
  • SaphirewildSaphirewild Posts: 4,452

    I d/l that last night so I will be checking it out once I get back today from doing my arrends!!

  • KitsumoKitsumo Posts: 909
    Awesome freebie! Thanks for all you do.
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