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Westland Whirlwind Mk-1

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Product ID:602325
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Unknown
TurboSquid Member Since September 2006
Currently sells 288 products
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Legal Notice: The intellectual property depicted in this model , including the brand "westland", is not affiliated with or endorsed by the original rights holders.

One of my new Series of Rare or Lesser Known Planes of World War Two. This Westland Whirlwind Mk-1 was a single-seater twin-engined Heavy Fighter.

The Model was created using Cinema 4D v12 but is also supplied in .3ds Format. as well as .c4d for maximum compatibility. A full Texture and BumpMap Image is supplied in 3072 x 3072 .jpg Format. Most Control Surfaces are Rigged and the Plane has a seperate 'In Flight / On Ground' Folder. Stay tuned for more of this on-going series of Rare WW2 Aircraft...

Addendum:- Apologies for confusion over Polygon counts (I was using the .c4d count not the .3ds count) These have been ammended accordingly. I should also stress there is minimal Cockpit detail due to time restrictions.and lack of Reference. I intended these Models for external use only, and were originally intended for my own personal use, but was persuaded to share them with you guyz. All latter Models now have 3D Crew, as opposed to the early models which had 2D Crew. This explains the increase in Polygons. Sorry for any inconvenience with these problems, I am still on a learning curve, and I only allow 3 days per plane (my goal is to build EVERY WW2 planes over the next 4 years) so please be patient.....MARK
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