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Digimation The Archive + Model Bank Library Bundle
Digimation The Archive + Model Bank Library Bundle

The Digimation The Archive + Model Bank Library Bundle includes both The Archive and Model Bank Library at a reduced cost.

The Archive

16,504 Models

Developing accurate models is one of the most time-consuming tasks in the creation of 3D graphics and animation. Using Digimation’s pre-built model libraries will save much of the time normally spent modeling.

The Archive includes 16,504 high-quality models across a wide range of subject matter; including more than a thousand digitized vehicles, highly detailed human anatomy, architectural landmarks, military vehicles, aircraft, 3D geography, and more. The low price of The Archive represents such a tremendous value that it may pay for itself on the very first job; and you’ll continue to save money each time you use it.

The Archive models are delivered in industry standard OBJ format making them compatible with virtually every production pipeline including modeling and animation programs like 3ds Max, Maya, Cinema 4D, Modo and LightWave; game engines like Unity 3D, and compositing programs like Photoshop CC.

Model Bank Library

1,200 Models

The Model Bank Library features 1,200 fully textured, high-resolution 3D models in industry-standard 3DS format. The library includes a wide variety of models including vehicles, animals, aircraft, architecture, sports, military, and more.  The quality and value pricing make it the perfect collection for people new to 3D, or anyone looking for a quick way to create realistic 3D images and animation.


All Model Bank models are provided in industry standard 3DS format which is supported by virtually all 3D packages.  The Archive is available in Windows and Mac format. The Model Bank Library is only available for Windows.



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