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HMHS Britannic

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:1121935
Published:
Geometry:Polygonal
Polygons:934,723
Vertices:433,030
Textures:Yes
Materials:Yes
Rigged:Yes
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Yes, overlapping
Artist
TurboSquid Member Since January 2002
Currently sells 8079 products
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Description
This model was built near to scale and with a lot of exterior details. It is a Ultra High Poly model of nearly 1,000,000 polygons. The model includes all the modifications done to her after the sinking of her sister ship the Titanic, including the additional lifeboats, stowage and cranes used to launch them. The model also includes all the detail of our 3d model of the Titanic related to the ship, bridge, and exterior of the ship. It also has animateable cranes, davits, propellers and rudders. It is presented here in the colors of the military used hospital ship in which she was sank with a great loss of life. This model includes all the textures and materials shown here and is also provided in a variety of formats.

HMHS Britannic the third and last of the White Star Lines Olympic class ocean liners. She was launched just before the start of World War I and just after the tragedy of her sister ship the Titanic. She was put to sea in 1915 as a hospital ship. She operated as a hospital ship for jus over a year when she was struck by a sea mine which exploded and brought about her sinking 21 November 1916. She sank in 55 minutes and 30 people were killed. 1035 survivors were rescued from the water and life boats. She was the largest vessel serving in the war.
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