Industrial Oil Storage Drums – Blue
Created in Blender 2.79/2.80
Tested with EEVEE
Textured @ 2K Resolution in Substance Painter 2
Low Poly Model
Images shown were rendered in Blender using Cycles
Modelled on US 55 Gallon Oil Drums
3 Formats included:
Also included are all associated Textures
Maps 2048 x 2048 / PBR / : Colour, Metallic, Roughness, Normal + Height Maps if required
Dimensions scaled in real world metric:
Polycount Individual Drum:
Polycount Both Oil Drums & Pallet:
All modifiers closed
No loose vertices or doubles
Origin Point Centre Of Mass
The package consists of two Oil drums and the Pallet
One Rusty Drum / One Clean
Easily duplicate these to populate your scene as shown in the images
The ground plane and the HDRI used for the renders are not included
This model forms part of my extensive Industrial Storage Tank Asset Pack available here on Flipped Normals:
If you wish to view these models on Sketchfab (Showing 4 Drums on the Pallet):
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Unzip the provided file into your chosen directory
You will see 4 folders containing the following:
.Blend file with all Textures packed ready to go
.Obj / .mtl files
Textures – All are in here, Colour, Metallic, Roughness, Normal + Height maps if you wish to use them ( 2K Resolution )
Please note if you are using Blender 2.80 onwards you will need to Append this object into your scene.
Hope you enjoy the Model
A drum is a cylindrical container used for shipping bulk cargo. Drums can be made of steel, dense paperboard (commonly called a fiber drum), or plastics, and are generally used for the transportation and storage of liquids and powders. Drums are often certified for shipment of dangerous goods. Shipped goods must be matched with the make of drum necessary to comply with applicable regulations. Drums are also called barrels in common usage.
Storage tanks are available in many shapes: vertical and horizontal cylindrical; open top and closed top; flat bottom, cone bottom, slope bottom and dish bottom. Large tanks tend to be vertical cylindrical, or to have rounded corners transition from vertical side wall to bottom profile, to easier withstand hydraulic hydrostatically induced pressure of contained liquid. Most container tanks for handling liquids during transportation are designed to handle varying degrees of pressure.
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