Ruschmeyer R90 230RG
This is the Ruschmeyer R90 230RG, a 4 place constant speed prop 230 horsepower general aviation aircraft built in Germany. This model is an external representation of the aircraft and does not include any engine details with respect to the Lycoming IO 540.
This model is set up to adjust most all individual components to your liking. Detail into use of textures and materials were setup so only essential parts are textures, most colored components are all materials, change to your favorite material.
Animating all the key items (such as ailerons, elevator, doors, flight stick, etc..) are set for proper axis location in the Local grid coordinate.
Created natively in C4D the model is offered in low poly for C4D only. If desired upon purchase please request lower or higher poly models and I can happily send it to you. All other programs aside from C4D the model is in a subdivision of 2 giving a great appearance, for up close and personal shots you can further subdivide the model in the programs. The model is almost completely built of quads and is meant for outstanding appearance in any close up or distant shot.
With a semi detailed interior I have made everything separate so any adjustments to components are easy and quick. There are a mixture of 4K or better textures and materials to optimize the appearance, just change to your favorite color/material and modify the look of the aircraft.
NOTE: This model is native to Cinema 4D, all renders were created using C4D R15 and may not reflect other programs in terms of materials. Polygons represent the low resolution C4D model (Available for other programs on request).
If this model meets or exceeds your expectations please comment and like. Happy Modelling!
Special thanks to Martin of Iduna Fly (https://iduna-fly.com) for collaboration efforts on this model!
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|Software||Revit Family (.rfa)|
|Renderer Used||Default Scanline|
|Cinema 4D||63.6 MB|
|VR / AR / Low-poly||No|
|Unwrapped UVs||Yes, overlapping|