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 VAL     View Model  (160 Kb)
On December 7, 1941, during the attack on Pearl Hrarbor, the Val became the first aircraft to drop bombs on American targets. Six squadrons of Vals participated in the attack, and succeeded in doing extensive damage to the U.S. battleships in the harbor.The Val was a very stable bombing platform with surprisingly good maneuverability for a fixed-gear dive bomber. Like most Japanese planes, however, the Val was inadequately supplied with armor and lacked self-sealing tanks. This made them very easy to blow up with a short burst from heavy machine guns.
Preparing drawings
Subpatch modeling
Fixing the shape
Smoothing and applying materials
Exporting to VET, interface implementation
Final product
 STAGES
   Stage 1: Preparing drawings
Work with drawings. They are scrutinized, parted and prepared.
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   Stage 2: Subpatch modeling
The first version of the frame was realized in subpatch surfaces. Besides, everything that is convenient to be implemented in such a way was done.
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   Stage 3: Fixing the shape
Final form of subpatch was freeded. Detalization was added.
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   Stage 4: Smoothing and applying materials
The model was exported to 3D MAX. Polygons’ smoothing was tuned, together with materials and animation.
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   Stage 5: Exporting to VET, interface implementation
Export to Viewpoint.After export Java functions for the animation were made. This model is accompanied by the sound (Flash, managed by internal scripts, is used for that).
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   Final product
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