Freebies: Kitchen-related Assets Roundup for Cinema 4D #FreebieFriday
The Pixel Lab always shares great free models, and this week we’ve rounded up a few kitchen-related assets for Cinema 4D. As always, the models are free for commercial and personal use.
Kitchen Interior Scene
This was contributed by Lucas Salles. It’s textured and lit for Redshift. “It also has some great models which you could harvest for other scenes (chairs, lights, etc.).”, says Joren from The Pixel Lab.
To get the free model of the Kitchen Interior Scene Model, go to the Pixel Lab and sign up for their newsletter. You’ll get the password in the newsletter.
This is a free Cinema 4D 3D microwave model by Remco van der Meer. Similarly, this is free for personal or commercial use.
In the same way, go to the Pixel Lab and sign up for their newsletter to download the microwave model. You’ll get the password in the newsletter.
This is a free Cinema 4D 3D star anise model by Remco van der Meer. This is free for personal or commercial use.
If you’re not familiar with star anise, it’s an exotic looking spice that grows in Asia and is very different from anise. Asian food, particularly Chinese, Indian, and Vietnamese cuisines use star anise. In fact, it’s the “star” of Chinese Five Spice Powder. It’s also used in mulled wines. Here’s a recipe you may enjoy in the colder months of the year, Mulled Wine.
Likewise, to get the free model of the star anise model, go to the Pixel Lab and sign up for their newsletter.
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