WW II pack 3D Model Collection
A pack of 5 models from WWII. These models are somehow oldies but goodies, I mean by tghat they are not textured in a PBR way which is now quite standard, hence the heavy discount on the collection.
Here are the various descriptions of the models :
- BA64 Light armored car
This is a mid-poly model of a WWII soviet light armored car used for liaison and recce missions.
The model has 25275 faces and 23992 vertices.
It is UV-mapped, and included :
2 sets of 4K maps (main body and wheels) with diffuse, normal and specular maps
2 sets of 2K maps (turret and undercarriage) with diffuse, normal and specular maps
For interchange, I highly recommend the .OBJ file which should load all maps smoothly. LWO files sometimes read only one UV map outside of Lightwave, so this type of file should be used mainly by LightWave users.
- V-1 Flying bomb low-poly 3d model ready for Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), games and other real-time apps.
Here is a model of the WW II sadly famous FI-103 flying bomb, better known as V-1. There are actually 2 low-polymodels in the pack, the flying bomb itself (with 2627 polygons and 1 set of 4K diffuse, normal and specular maps) and the launching ramp (5180 polygons with 2 sets of diffuse, normal and specular maps).
- Barbwire 3D model (please note that this model is alos avaialble individually for free)
A simple barbwire to enhance your battlefield. Comes in .fbx, .obj and .lwo in the same folder. Textured with a 4K set of diffuse/spec/normal maps.
- WW II bunker low-poly 3d model ready for Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), games and other real-time apps.
A low-poly game ready world war II blockhaus like there were a lot on the Atlantic Wall. The model was made in Lightwave 11.6 and textured with substance designer. It comes with 2 2K and 1 4K sets of diffuse, normal and specular maps.
.OBJ and .LWO file included in the same folder. For softwares other than lightwave, I strongly recommend to load the .OBJ file rather than the .LWO file. The lightwave version adds some nodes for normal maps and occlusion shaders.
- WW II pillbox blockhaus low-poly 3d model ready for Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), games and other real-time apps.
A typical blockhaus built by the Germans in France during WW II with a French tank turret above. The British soldiers called these bunkers "pillboxes" because of their peculiar shape.
Models comes both in .LWO and .OBJ in the same folder. Textured with 2 4K sets of diffuse/normal and specular maps.