FW190 Fighter Plane

$17.95

Focke Wulf 190
This item: FW190 Fighter Plane
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This was arguably the most successful fighter plane of the second world war. The Focke Wulf 190 was used throughout the war from 1941 onward and was very adaptable in many different roles.

All ailerons, elevators and rudder move, as well as a retractable undercarriage. The canopy slides backwards. Inside the cockpit the control stick can also move. The propeller can rotate and also includes a separate circular plane for application of a blurred image for flight. There are control dials to set plane in flight mode, landed and crashed. Central and wing bomb racks can be hidden.

Included are separate props of a static pilot, drop fuel tank, 3 bomb sizes 500, 250 and 50.

Polygon count for the aircraft is only 43517 and is adapted for Sub-D. The pilot comes in at 13157 polygons. All are adapted to use Sub-D levels.

There are essentially 4 different material sets for this aircraft, with each having 4 separate Geschwader markings. These texture versions reflect conflicts fought in Africa, Western and Northern Europe. All included materials come with both a high resolution and low resolution version. In most cases this means 4K and 2K maps respectively.

This model is optimised for DAZ Studio and Iray. For those wanting to know more about the FREE program called DAZ Studio please go to https://www.daz3d.com/register-for-daz-studio

  • DISCLAIMER: This aircraft is intended to be used for historical reenactment for the creation of reasonably realistic renders of events from World War 2. However certain emblems have been removed that are banned and cannot be shown in numerous countries. There are alternative textures available in the texture folder but will require manual loading through the surfaces Tab. Predatron does not endorse malicious or hateful use of this product whatsoever.
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Features For FW190 Fighter Plane

  • FW190 Fighter Base (DUF, DSF)
    • Morphs and Controls
      • Crash Landed
      • Elevators Rear Up-Down
      • Hide Center Rack
      • Hide Outer Guns
      • Hide Wing Racks
      • Landed
      • Lower Step
      • Lower Undercarriage
      • Open Canopy
      • Propeller Flight Mode
      • Propeller Mangled
      • Retract Rear Wheel
      • Rudder Left-Right
      • Wing Flaps Left Up-Down
      • Wing Flaps Right Up-Down
  • FW190 Fighter fully loaded with props (DUF, DSF)
  • Wearable Drop Fuel Tank Prop (DUF, DSF)
  • Wearable Pilot and Bombs Props(DUF, DSF)
  • Wearable SC50 Bomb Wing Prop (DUF, DSF)
  • Wearable SC50 Bombs Group for Wings (DUF, DSF)
  • Wearable SC250 Bomb Wing Prop (DUF, DSF)
  • Wearable SC250 Bombs Group for Wings (DUF, DSF)
  • Wearable SC500 Bomb Central Prop (DUF, DSF)
  • Bomb Material (DUF)
  • Drop Tank Material (DUF)
  • Pilot Material (DUF)
  • Default Plane Material (DUF)
  • 4 x Africa Texture Materials (DUF)
  • 4 x European 1 Texture Materials (DUF)
  • 4 x European 2 Texture Materials (DUF)
  • 4 x Winter Texture Materials (DUF)
  • 2 x Plane Normals Strength Materials (DUF)
  • Textures Included
    • 150 x Diffuse, Bump, Roughness, Normal and Metallicity Maps
      • Dimensions – 4096 x 4096 px, 1024 x 1024 px
    • 15 x Texture Templates
      • Dimensions – 512 x 512 px, 1024 x 1024 px, 2048 x 2048 px
    • Polygon Count
      • 43517 Quads for FW190 Fighter Plane
      • 13157 Quads for Static Pilot Prop
      • 563 Quads for 250 and 500 Bombs
      • 313 for 50 Bomb
    • Required Product
      • None
    • Software Compatibility
  1. Location of the texture template file is in Runtime/Textures/Predatron/Product Name/Templates
  2. Location of the OBJ file(s) for use in applications other than DAZ Studio can be found in the main zip file in the folder named OBJ. Included here will be any .MTL file and one folder called Maps that includes the main diffuse map(s).
  3. Please make sure you read the End User License Agreement outlining the terms and conditions about using this product.
  4. Click on the link below:
    End User License Agreement