PRODUCT DESCRIPTION This is a High Definition accurate scale model of the Launch Escape System (LES) and Boost Protective Cover (BPC) that sits atop the Saturn V Launch Vehicle and Apollo Spacecraft that first took man around the moon in December 1968.
Please download and read the free 'Saturn Apollo Reference Guide' - PDF for in depth information about this model (downloadable from the full Saturn Apollo stack model) . Modeled with precision using detailed 1:48 scale blueprints and extensive photographic research spanning over a year.
9 high resolution texture and bump maps offer down to the rivet detail.
Modeled with LightWave 9.6
USAGE Suitable for HD video, high-res film close-ups and print Accurate representation of Saturn Apollo LES/BPC using original imperial scale of feet and inches.
SPECS Model contains the following: 1 object layer 7443 polygons 6497 quads, 946 tris, and 0 ngons Standard Lightwave materials & texture maps
PRESENTATION IMAGES No Photoshop or compositing used for previews. Preview Images rendered with default Lightwave 9.6 scanline renderer.
TEXTURES 9 texture maps (PNG format) Textures set to varying real world scales aligned to level of detail required: 36 pixels per foot (main model bump maps) 48 pixels per inch (close up decals)
GENERAL Model built to real-world scale Units used: Feet and Inches. Model is 39 feet high and 13 feet in diameter