Tomb Raider 2013 - Lara's Cabin

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*More ports i've been sitting on for the longest time.*

Lara's Cabin on the Endurance ship from Tomb Raider 2013

Ported to blender, fixed a couple issues, added some materials and cleaned it up.


Append like so : File > Append > Navigate to the blend file > Double click the blend file > Double click Collection > Double click 1Append Lara's cabin.

Created and intended for use in Eevee, should work fine in Cycles, you might have to do some adjustments. I cannot provide any help with Cycles since i primarily use Eevee.

Textures are packed within the blend file, blend file is also compressed.

Included probes and volumetrics in the Optional collection. As well as the lights and camera used for the renders.

Just in case someone would like to use these. If not, just delete the 'Optional' collection.

No HDRI's/backgrounds or bakes included. Recommended to use a HDRI/background

17K Verts 27K Faces 27K Tris

Scene opens with a smd_bone_vis it's the result of the SFM port, just hide it from viewport/render or delete it. Most people know, but just in case you didn't.

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Horsey : for the SFM port

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Filename Downloads Created Filesize
  Laras_ship_cabin-TR-2013-F2.blend   1608 2021-02-26 16:38:26 14.08 MB
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