A high definition model of the USS Sampson (DDG 102).
The level of detail is suitable for the most extreme close-up renderings.
The geometry is clean, built mostly on quads (98%), with no N-gons, no coplanar faces, no coincident or isolated vertices. All parts of the model are 'smoothable' so you can add meshmooth/turbosmooth modifiers wherever you need, without having to further adjust the geometry.
The textures size ranges from 800x756 to 20490x20490. As a bonus, you will also get a 20490x20490 layered psd file for the main body, so you can adjust the level of dirt/rust as you wish.
The scale is set to 'real world' (1unit=1 cm).
Originally modeled in 3ds Max 2014, the model was exported to obj and fbx formats but you can contact support for a free conversion to any format or version you may need.
The 3ds Max version comes with both standard and V-Ray materials. There are also 2 'basemesh' models for both standard and V-ray models, with no meshmooth/turbosmooth applied, so that you can manipulate the model easier.
The model can be converted for free, on request, to any format you may need. Contact support for a free file conversion.
The rendering and lighting settings used to render the presentation images are not included.
The poygons/vertices counts shown on the page is determined using Turbosquid's proprietary script, which does not count the instances. The overall polgon count that includes the instances (but without any meshmooth/turbosmooth modifiers applied) is as follows: