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Kouh youteki A-Type submarine

Feb 19, 2013
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3ds Max 9.0  |  mental ray 3.5
Maya 8.5  |  mental ray 3.5
Cinema 4D R11  |  Advanced Render
Lightwave 6.0  |  Default Scanline
Softimage 3.0  |  Default Scanline
3D Studio
FBX 2006
Other Files
3D Model Specifications
30,334 Polygons
30,581 Vertices
Polygonal Quads/Tris Geometry
UV Mapped
non-overlapping Unwrapped UVs
Product ID: 384091
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Since 2006

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# 3D Model Features:

# Model and Geometry:

-high quality 3d model of the submarine ideal for close-up.
-model conform to the original
-geometry is polygonal quad/tris.
-the model is corectelly scalled according to real world scale (lenght ~ 24 m).
-all parts correctelly named (grouped in .max, .mb, .c4d format).
-model statistics:

# Materials and textures:

-all materials are standards for maximum compatibility and flexibility.
-all materials correctelly named.
-all textures included (.jpg format +Editable layred Tiff Diffuse Map as separate download).
-all textures correctelly named.
-textures resolution
body 6144x6144 (diffuse + bump)
propeller 1024x1024 (diffuse + bump)
-background included 2736x2736
-textured parts are UV Mapped (unwrap method).

# Lighting setup, envirenment, effects:

-The Model is rendered using Mental Ray in 3ds Max and Maya and Advanced render in Cinema 4D
-Realistic underwater envirenment included in 3ds Max, Maya and Cinema 4d only (see last 3 screenshot with the resulting render)
-no 3rd part (pluguins) needed to open or render.

-Simple looping propeller Animation.(3ds Max, Maya and Cinema 4d)

# Formats available (all checked):

.max 3ds Max 9.0 and higher.
.mb Maya 8.5 and higher.
.lwo Lightwave 6.0 and higher.
.xsi Softimage 3.0 and higher.
.c4d Cinema 4D R11 and higher.
.3ds general 3dstudio.
.obj general wavefront obj.
.fbx Kaydara FBX 2006 and higher.


# History of the model:

The Kouhyouteki was thrown into operations at the very start of hostilities, commencing with the Pearl Harbour attack on 8 December 1941.
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