3D model of the MQ-1 Predator unmanned air vehicle, proper quad modeling which allows any level of resolution and close ups. this model is more than 99% quad.
-seamless UV mapping. -all objects, textures and materials are properly named, pivoted and oriented correctly and can be easily animated. -contains 4K Texture for higher resolution renderings. -scaled according to world scale.
this 3d model was originally created with 3ds max 9 no 3rd party plug-ins are required to use the file, the model uses standard materials.
the preview thumbnails were rendered using 3ds MAX VRay. render scene is not supplied with the model. VRay materials used on the model to make the thumbnails are provided with the 3ds Max format as an extra.
4k main texture (the 2k texture is currently applied for easy use, if you would like the higher resolution please simply replace it) 512 texture for hellfire missile
in 3ds max you can rotate landing gear, aileron and flaps in local mode to lower or raise correctly.
Oct 20 , 2011 Obj Format update obj file has been updated and the main texture is showing correctly unti scale is metric and each unit= 1 centimeter the coardinate system center was originally (0,0,0) but depending on the software you use to import the file it might change.
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3D Model Specifications
Native file format:
3ds Max 9
1 Rating Submitted
Oct 17, 2011
It's a nice model, but if you need to use the OBJ format, you'll have some problems: - The main texture is not set up in the materials file, so only the missiles are textured - The description states it's scaled according to word scale, but fails to mention the actual scale. Is it meters, inches, or what? - The description also doesn't state where the center of the coordinate system is. I can figure it out, but it's extra work, that should be available in the description.