Military standards, rhino models.

Discussion in 'Software' started by rhinouser, Jan 27, 2011.

  1. rhinouser
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    rhinouser New Member

    Is anyone aware of any resources for rhino models of military equipment. Guns, lifesaving, wheeled vehicles (humvees)... that sort of thing. Seems to me some of these things should be floating around in a usable form without me having to go through the motions of modeling them.

    Any help is appreciated.
     
  2. micspoko
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  3. Joe Petrich
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    Joe Petrich Designer

    Whenever I need helicopters or something similar I either buy, or download for free, mesh models of them since I don't need to modify them except for color most of the time. You get what you pay for though. The cheap or free models are usually of low detail.
     
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  5. RThompson
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    I havent used it for a few years, but
    http://www.renderosity.com
    was a very good source of models (some free and some paid for)
    Rob
     
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