Sopwith Camel F.1

by stephendowdy in Models

Detailed model of a WW1 era Sopwith Camel F.1 biplane.

Modelling and Rigging

The model consists of 19 separate objects (plus an additional 5 empties for rigging purposes) with a total of 17,480 vertices  and 15,977 faces, not including the subdvision surface modifiers.  Including the modifiers at the recommended levels there is a total of 261,808 vertices and 256,512 faces.

The model comes with rigged flight control surfaces - a single control adjusts the wing flaps while a second control adjusts the tail flaps and rudder (see the video preview for a demonstration).  The propeller and wheels can also be animated easily.

Materials and Textures

The model uses two PBR materials - one for the main fuselage and one for the smaller details - with an additional simple glass material for the cockpit windscreen.

The model is fully UV unwrapped with non-overlapping UVs and each PRB material comes with five 4k textures - colour, metallic, specular, roughness and normal.

Note: The pilot model that appears in some of the preview images is NOT included