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|| SPECS || -Model is a set of 241 separated objects. -64,805 polygons -Preview images rendered with Mental Ray -Standard Materials only Texture dimensions: 2048x2048 .bmp (1) Aircraft (diffuse map) 512x512 .bmp (1) Propeller spinning (diffuse map)
|| GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS || -Model has real-world scale and is centered at 0,0,0 (38.38m wingspan) -Objects, Materials, Textures use meaningful names -No Third-party renderer or plug-ins needed
|| SETUP || -Model is NOT animated, but has adjusted pivot points for easy animation of elevators, rudders, ailerons, flaps, landing gear oleos, wheel rotation, nose wheel steering, Gear retraction, gear doors, propeller spinning, and crew doors. -An extra .max file has been included which contains a set of closed landing gear doors, and a set of propeller disks that give the appearance of spinning props. -Lights used for thumbnail renders are not included -One camera giving a front left 3 quarter view is included -Background texture showing concrete parking area is not included -Background texture showing clouds and sky is not included
|| AIRCRAFT HISTORY || The C-121J Constellation was used by the U.S. Navy Blue Angels as a transport aircraft between 1968 and 1970. The blue, yellow, and white paint scheme included with this model depicts the aircraft in the 1969 show season. During 1969, the main Blue Angels display aircraft were six F-4J Phantom II's.