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WTC World Trade Center TOWERS 1 & 2

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Product ID:814381
UV Mapped:No
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These towers were used in the film 'PIRATE PROJECT - PHYSICS 9/11' available on Youtube.
They appear throughout the film but the best view of them is at the begining.

I have designed 9 versions of the towers, these ones being the lowest poly and most accurate to a point. I did not make the TV antenna detailed, and I did not include the helipad / observation deck on tower 2. These towers are meant for fast rendering. In the past including every detail, the processing of images took literally hours. You may add raytracing to the base, the towers are broken up into sections. There is no core installed.
These towers are specifically designed for their exterior appearance. Stay tuned for the towers I am about to construct that are meant to discintigrate in the fashion we saw on 9/11.
I will produce a 10th and 11th version, the 11th being the best tower but very high poly, and thus very processor intensive to render. You can use these towers in tandem with a model of the city of New York, lower Manhattan, but raytracing is totally out of the question unless you have the CPU power to use it.

Designing these towers has been a passion of mine and I worked long hours over time to achieve this version. I claim they are 99% accurate, and I studied every detail I could regarding the Trade Center to achieve a realistic looking set of towers.

Thank you for your interest,
James Easton
April 14th 2014
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