This is a very detailed, high poly and photo real 3d model of a Jupiter Steam Locomotive.
*The Jupiter was built in September 1868 by the Schenectady Locomotive Works of New York, along with three other engines, numbered 61, 62, and 63, named the Storm, Whirlwind, and Leviathan, respectively. These four engines were then dismantled and sailed to San Francisco, California, where they were loaded onto a river barge and sent to the Central Pacific headquarters in Sacramento, then reassembled and commissioned into service on March 20, 1869.
- Originally modeled in 3ds max 2016 - Rendered in Vray 3.2 for 3ds max 2014 - Materials configured for Vray - Vray studio scene included with max files - Model without the studio setup included as a separate file / Just drop it in your scene - Modeling units cm - Modeled according to blueprints - Accurate and real world scale - Model is placed at the origin / x-0, y-0, z-0 - Model is fully textured with all materials applied - All colors can be easily modified - Modifiers are left open / Turbosmooth iteration at 2-3 / Easy to adjust poly count - Objects are logically named and grouped for easy selection and management
* Warehouse scene is not included * Bokeh effect is added in Photoshop * Product is made according to CheckMate Lite standards
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