60 Open LOW-MEDIUM-POLY BYD GROUP Design

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3DS
3ds Max 2009
Autodesk FBX 2011
Maya 8.5
Maya 2011
OBJ
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textures.rar
3D Model Specifications
Product ID:568192
Published:
Geometry:Polygonal
Polygons:43,327
Vertices:59,558
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Unknown
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Description
Polygonal Model of a 60’ Open Yacht. Include too many details

Fast and sleek hull lines inherited from the well-known Open 60 racing monohulls, together with a generous sailplan, are both responsible for quickly sailing and taking away the numerous high-tech gadgets that highlight comfort on board.
Onboard the 60 Open Cruiser an increase of speed doesn't mean more effort, its well-thought deck layout makes shorthanded sailing simple and easy. Efficient hull lines, self-tacking jib, twin rudders... even when tacking, speed is hardly reduced.

Technical characteristics
LENGHT:18.00m                 SPINNAKER:250 m2
BEAM: 5.3m                CONSTRUCTION: composites
DRAFT: 2.68m                
DSPL; 22.000 Kg                
MAIN: 99.7 m2                
GENOA: 80.2 m2                

Features:

Ready to render for Maya 8.5 or latest versions and 3dsmax2009 or latest versions.

- Originally modelled in Maya 8.5 ( Nurbs )
-Two levels of detail LOW and MEDIUM poly
- High quality model - correctly scaled accurate representation of the original objects.
- All colors can be easily modified.
- Model is fully textured with all materials applied.
-Include Vray materials for 3dsmax and mentaray materials for Maya.
- All textures and materials are included and mapped in every format.
- No special plugin needed to open scene.
-Include lights and hdr maps


CONTENTS

FBX
OBJ
3DS
3DSMAX ( .max )
Vray Proxy
MAYA ( .mb )

RESOLUTIONS:

LOW POLY
Faces: 21.448
Vertex: 31.869

MEDIUM POLY
Faces: 43.327
Vertex:59.558

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