Render of Valentine's Box

Valentine's Day Box Model

A model of a Valentine's Day Box, made with Lightwave 7.5

This one comes in two pieces, a top and a bottom, so you can fill it with whatever your heart desires! If you can use the LightWave .lwo model, it's in two layers, with the top layer parented to the bottom for ease of use. If you use the Wavefront .obj model, it's actually two models, because that was the best way I could think of to ensure that the two pieces remained separate.

I made and mapped the model months ago, intending to put a nice texture map together for this month. But I've been so busy working on the LightWave 8 Tips and Tricks book for WordWare that I never got a chance to do it. So I threw this together, just so people can see that it is, in fact, mapped. (It's rendered in LightWave, and the pink tone is lighting, not maps.)

Once again, the image maps aren't packed with the model, but are available to download separately. Since the texture maps are pretty much placeholders, you might just want to download the empty map and build your own. (It's not included in the Image Pack, so if you want it, you'll have to click the link above.)

Available in two formats; Lightwave .lwo and Wavefront .obj Download the format for the platform of your choice below. (If you're using Lightwave, you'll want to put the images in a folder called RWImages in the Images folder of your Content folder to use it without having to find the map.)

As always, feel free to use any rendering of the model in any work that is not for sale. I retain the copyright, and you may not sell or give away the mesh or the texture files. If you want to render the model in a picture or animation that you expect be paid for, please contact me for permission. Thank you.

Download .lwo sit Download .lwo zip
Download .obj sit Download .obj zip
Download Image Maps sit Download Image Maps zip

This and all other work on this site is copyright © Robin Wood; all rights reserved. Please do not use it without permission. To get permission, write to Robin, and explain what you intend to use it for.