- Massive Sci-Fi UPDATE INCLUDED (+60 Inserts)
- SPITFIRE UPDATE INCLUDED (+20 Inserts)
Total Inserts = 170 and counting...
Building in 3D is sometimes time-consuming, and frustrating. This is why when you search for aircraft 3D models, you often don't find many with a cockpit that doesn't look like it's made from a cereal box cut-outs and glued together. Most focus is on the exterior, but now with the demand for things like VR you start to need the interiors also.
This is why I made this kitbash for Aircraft Avionics, which has been created from the ground up and integrated into Kit Ops 2 Free + Pro for superfast kit bashing in Blender.
The idea here is to throw a cockpit that looks believable in rapid time to get that render / use in your game as fast as possible (under 10 minutes). Don't spend time trying to model that bolt or dial, in 3 clicks you are good to go and focus on what you need to do.
Features 170+ Inserts:
- Base Meshes
All these inserts were designed with the use of game engines. The poly count has been kept to the minimum but without losing too much detail, and wrapped in a simple material for easy export.
Spitfire Update Video: https://youtu.be/WvozcG7mAYg
- 16 Extra High Detail Gauges/Dials and an additional flat head screw insert
- Located under the Gauges tab
Hear from others, what they would be saying:
my mate Vin: This is great, I can pull together a concept in rapid speed
some random guy: Looks beautiful in my renders, why did I spend all that time trying to model this myself
Microsoft flight sim fan: cockpit looks epic especially in VR
another random dude: WTF is a kit bash, but this is cool I can use it in my game
In-game sample of these gauges in action: Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 - Spitfire
Thanks for the support and reading this far
Also check out the latest release of the Avionics SPOCK dPack: https://www.blendermarket.com/products/sci-fi-avionics---spock-dpack