HMAS Vampire 3D model
About model: detailed exterior model of HMAS Vampire
- created in 3ds max 2011 scanline render no plugins used
- zip files contains textures and file formats (max, fbx, obj,mtl,blender 2.8,dae)
- polygons: 116232 vertices: 153027
- textures in jpg format 2048x1024 1024x512, 256x256, 128x128 and 65x65
- all small boats are removable/replace
HMAS Vampire was a V-class destroyer of the Royal Navy (RN) and Royal Australian Navy (RAN). Launched in 1917 as HMS Wallace, the ship was renamed and commissioned into the RN later that year. Vampire was loaned to the RAN in 1933, and operated as a depot tender until just before World War II. Reactivated for war service, the destroyer served in the Mediterranean as part of the Scrap Iron Flotilla, and was escorting the British warships HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse during their loss to Japanese aircraft in the South China Sea in December 1941. Vampire was sunk on 9 April 1942 by Japanese aircraft while sailing with the aircraft carrier HMS Hermes from Trincomalee.
The destroyer was one of five Admiralty V-class flotilla leaders ordered by the RN in the 1916–17 construction program.Originally, there were to be differences in design between the V class leaders and the rest of the V-class destroyers, but in order to save time in designing the destroyers, changes were limited to the layout of the bridge and accommodation areas.