Golden Temple

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  • Original file size:1.56 MB
  • Original file format:3dxml
  • Surfaces:343
  • Triangles:80332
  • Vertices:48722
  • Textures:4
  • Created with:3DVIA Shape V3.1
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sady
sady wrote...
over 5 years ago

wow
nice i like the textures used for




XQH_XXX
XQH_XXX wrote...
over 5 years ago

I loved the previous “amazing 8s” & this one is also amazing. Texturing is just perfect to make the scene real. Simply priceless!! :)




dswavely
dswavely wrote...
over 5 years ago

Perfect 5 star rating so far! Beautiful work making the textures do what you wanted them to do.

Could someone please enlighten me as to the meaning of the main inscription? (Sorry to be so ignorant.)




jackred
jackred wrote...
over 5 years ago

Great temple, another 5 stars :)
I guess the inscription is Indian…




abu_roadking
abu_roadking wrote...
over 5 years ago

@ the inscription… it’s OM… http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Om

Great job with textures OYK_XXX




dswavely
dswavely wrote...
over 5 years ago

Thank you Abu! I should have remembered that! I just couldn’t make the connection in my tiny head. :) (My big head is in for repairs.)




shodiq38
shodiq38 wrote...
over 5 years ago

Awesome….. great job making the textures
another 5 stars




XQH_XXX
XQH_XXX wrote...
over 5 years ago

Aum (also Om, written in Devanagari as ॐ in Sanskrit known as praṇava प्रणव lit

Aum is pronounced as a long or over-long nasalized close-mid back rounded vowel, [õːː]). It is placed at the beginning of most Hindu texts as a sacred exclamation to be uttered at the beginning and end of a reading of the Vedas or previously to any prayer or mantra. The Mandukya Upanishad is entirely devoted to the explanation of the syllable. The syllable is taken to consist of three phonemes, a, u and m, variously symbolizing the Three Vedas or the Hindu Trimurti or three stages in life ( birth, life and death )

The name omkara is taken as a name of God in the Hindu revivalist Arya Samaj. Similarly, the concept of om, called onkar in Punjabi, is found in Sikh theology as a symbol of God. It invariably emphasizes God’s singularity, expressed as Ek Onkar (“One Omkara” or “The Aum is One”), stating that the multiplicity of existence symbolized in the aum syllable is really founded in a singular God.




sady
sady wrote...
over 5 years ago

birth life and death
anyway the model is surely the next in top ten,but here is an paradox
is one of the few non-military models that i like,actually love
very good




dswavely
dswavely wrote...
over 5 years ago

Congratulations OYK_XXX! Your model has been included in the 40th weekly Top 10 models blog with pictures and links to your model.

Go to http://www.3dvia.com/blog/3dvia-top-10-models-040/ to check it out!





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