Ammunition wagon SD KFZ 252

  • February 07, 2015
  • 329 Downloads
  • 6 Likes
  • Blender 2.7x
  • Render: Blender Internal
  • Creator: Mikel007
  • License: CC-BY
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Description:

Hello guys, this is an ammunition wagon from the second world war. The wagon has a remote controler (see in the bottom right corner of the picture). With this controler you can rotate the front wheels and the chains (rotate the blue buttons), the hole hatches can be open and you can switch the front light. The textures are in the Blend-File. I have only a few pictures to create the car. Sorry if i have forgotten some details. With Greetings, Mikel007

Comments:

  • PeeDee76 profile picture
    PeeDee76

    Thanks, nice upload

    Written February 07, 2015
  • Mikel007 profile picture
    Mikel007

    Hello PeeDee76, thanks for your opinion.

    Written February 08, 2015
  • kirillkh profile picture
    kirillkh

    How do you control the red switches?

    Written February 15, 2015
  • Mikel007 profile picture
    Mikel007

    Hello kirillkh, you have to choose the switch and drag it into the horizontal / vertical direction. Then the doors will open. According as your mouse is position( because the switches have a position constraint), the switches don`t react immeditelly. But it runs. :-) With greetings from mikel007

    Written February 15, 2015
  • blenderfreak69 profile picture
    blenderfreak69

    hey dude..great blend! i like it! but its rally high poly..my computer is laging a little bit..any help on reducing the polys? anyway great blend!

    Written March 13, 2015
  • Mikel007 profile picture
    Mikel007

    Hello blenderfreak69, thanks for your comment. Indeed the wheels and the tracks are high-poly. I had try to reduce the verteces, but then the "look" isn

    Written March 13, 2015
  • MarianoJose profile picture
    MarianoJose

    Gracias!!!

    Written March 20, 2017
  • Tanksin3D profile picture
    Tanksin3D

    Hey Mikel007, that's a lovely model and of a rare vehicle at that. Didn't really expect for anyone doing it. Anyways, I hope you'll be glad to hear that I used some renders of your model in my ebook ""Tanks in 3D: Stereoscopic Recognition Sheet (Book 1: Famous German Armor of the Second World War)"". I'd like to send you a free copy but unfortunately Blendswap's overhaul has left the site without a private messaging service. Please hit me up here in the comments, on twitter.com/tanks3d or youtube so we can get in touch Looking forward, thank you and best wishes! Stan

    Written July 28, 2019