Airship - English Royal Naval Air Service SSZ Zero 1915 - WWI - 3D model
3D MODEL DESCRIPTION:
3D Model British Airship - 20th Century English, Royal Naval Air Service, SSZ (Zero), Non-Rigid Airship, c. 1915 (textured 3d model). The airship model's balloon and car are painted and marked as RNAS SSZ 37. Most elements are individual/separate 3d objects for ease of use/animation (see renders and details below, or ask a question).
The SSZ Airship in History: The first SSZ or (zero) was put into service in 1915 and they were used through to the end of WWI. These naval airships were responsible for patroling the coast of the English Channel for ships and submarines of the German Navy. Some even attacked using their on-board bombs and Lewis Guns. They were known as Coasters or Coastals. The airmen themselves nick-named these airships Battlebags. The car has a unique boat shape to facilitate landings on the sea.
Accessories, customizations, modifications and different formats may be available online (sold separately) or by custom request (contact us!).
Polygons / Faces: 34,580 (total)
Vertices: 40,277 (total)
Mesh Types: 3ds Max Editable Poly
Aiship Length: 123 feet 5.9 inches (approx.)
Types: UVW Unwrap, Procedural, and Bitmap (3ds Max)
Map Files: 27 Maps (JPG, TGA, TIF)
Renderer: Scanline (Default 3ds Max Renderer)
Unzipped Map Files: 2.53 MB (approx.)
Unzipped Model File: 6.31 MB (approx.)
Zipped Files: 2.57 MB (approx.)
Original 3d model created in 3DS Max 2015 (native). Other file formats, including earlier versions of 3DS Max and 3DS, are available upon request.
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