Originally modelled in 3ds Max 2011. The zip-file contains bodypaint textures and standard materials. Render in V-Ray 2 and mental tay 3.10.
All materials, bodypaint-textures and textures are included.
The British Mark V was a tracked vehicle developed by the British Army during World War I and the world's first combat tank. The Mark V was first intended to be a completely new design of tank. When however in December 1917 the desired new engine and transmission became available, this design was abandoned and the designation switched to an improved version of the Mark IV, in fact a Mark IV as it was originally intended. The Mark V had more power (150 bhp) from a new Ricardo engine. Use of Wilson's epicyclic steering gear meant that only a single driver was needed. On the roof towards the back of the tank behind the engine was a second raised cabin for a machine-gunner and the tank commander. The machine guns now fired through ball mounts rather than loopholes giving better protection and wider field of fire.The Mark V was a late participant in the First World War.