I'm not sure I understand you clearly, but I guess you want to protect your 3D work from being changed by anyone, correct? This is a sort of a problem if you wish to make them available for download. Even if you export them into some game format (e.g. for GTA:4, or Test Drive Unlimited, or any other), and pick "Lock model" option, the game-format model file will be vulnerable for unauthorized changes. In most of cases "Locking" a model will prevent a game-model file to be loaded into ZModeler, but it's still possible to load game-format model into some other tools or convertors. If I'm not mistaken, GTA:4 is currently the most reliable locking, but it's still possible to rip models directly from the game or from any viewers like OpenIV.
So, answering to your question: no, it's impossible to share your 3D artwork and keep it protected at the same time.
Oleg wrote:Sorry, I don't understand you. what do you want to be same way as on the image? and what is currently not the same way?
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