The Aichi D1A or Navy Type 94/96 Carrier Bomber was a Japanese carrier-based dive bomber of the 1930s. A single-engine, two-seat biplane based on the Heinkel He 50, the D1A was produced by Aichi for the Imperial Japanese Navy, remaining in service as a trainer at the time of the attack on Pearl Harbor.
3D MODEL INFO
Color scheme: Chinese coast, Autumn 1937. Code 'Hokoku-127' marked on its side means the airplane has been built owing to voluntary contribution.
The model was created based on blueprints, photos and historical documentation. It was created with precision in detail and in real units of measurement to be a faithful digital reproduction of the original. The object has been modeled in Lightwave and finished and texturized in 3DCoat.
Cockpit NOT INCLUDED.
LIGHTWAVE and BLENDER - The scene contains the model with uv materials assigned and a basic setup to control each movable part, such as ailerons, rudder, elevators, propeller and wheels.
OBJ and FBX - If you need to animate the airplane you have to make your own setup according to the 3d software you are using. You may need to reassign uv textures when open the files with different software. The aircraft is subdivided into parts each one with its uv map. To reassign textures you only have to load texture maps and assign each of them to the respective channel.
Format: Lightwave 2018, OBJ, FBX, Blender 2.83
Geometry: Polygon mesh
Polygons number: 76K
UV mapping: Yes