AMERICAN SOLDIERS ON WW2 WAR Age between 19-35 years
US Navy PtBoat Crew pack ww2 USN1
1/25 Scale models.
You can scale the mesh to other sizes (visit the tutorial link below).
The height of the human figures are around 65 to 75 mm approximately (depending on the pose of the model).
One Mesh model. No Parts. No divisions.
Mesh with or without base.
Mesh can separate from base (visit the tutorial link below).
Best printing results on Resin 3D printers (stereolithography).
Number of meshes:
10 Meshes Models. Figure and base merged or figure only:
- 1 US Navy Officer ww2 Binoculars USN1 - 1 US Navy Officer ww2 USN1 - 1 US Navy Sailor ww2 Action USN1 - 1 US Navy Sailor ww2 Action2 USN1 - 1 US Navy Sailor ww2 Ammo USN1 - 1 US Navy Sailor ww2 Sit USN1 - 1 US Navy Sailor ww2 Sit2 USN1 - 1 US Navy Sailor ww2 Stand USN1 - 1 US Navy Sailor ww2 Walk USN1 - 1 US Navy Sailor ww2 Walk2 USN1
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¡WARNING! VERY COMPLEX MODEL FOR PRINTING!
IT IS LIKELY THAT THE MODEL DOES NOT GO WELL BY THE AMOUNT OF PARTS AND DETAILS.
3D PRINTABLE MODEL!
The United States Navy grew rapidly during World War II from 1941 to 1945 and played a central role in the war against Japan. She also assisted the British Royal Navy in naval warfare against Germany and Italy. The United States Navy grew slowly in the years leading up to World War II, due in part to international limitations on naval operations in the 1920s.
Battleship production resumed in 1937, beginning with the USS North Carolina. (BB-55). The navy was able to increase its fleets during the early years of the war while the United States was still neutral, increasing the production of ships both large and small, fielding an armada of nearly 350 major combat ships in December 1941, and having an equal number under construction.
Original mesh done on:
Blender 2.9 or superior.
Scene Details: No textures No UV No Lights and enviroment on scene No compositing on scene
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