Tiger I Mid (for Poser)

A fully rigged and textured model of the Tiger tank after the original production models had been upgraded.


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$14.95 (USD)


Product Specifications 
 
By ranman38
Downloadable File Size: 8.22 MB (approx.)
Polygon Count:
System Requirements: Windows/Mac, Poser 5 and above
File Format: Poser
   This product contains: cr2, pp2, pz2, and/or other Poser files.
Texturing: Texture Maps
   This product uses image maps for textures.


Product Description

Tiger production was ordered to start in August 1942.

The new tank was officially designated Panzerkampfwagen VI H (88mm) (SdKfz 182) Ausführung H1. The design program had been known as the Tiger program and in March of '42 the Germans began referring to the panzer as the Tiger.

When it was introduced, the Tiger was the most powerful tank in the world. The 88mm gun was extremely powerful and the heavy armor made it almost impervious to attack.

Throughout the war, the Tiger's greatest weakness was poor mechanical reliability.

The Tiger I became one of the legendary machines of World War II. Obsolete by today's standards, what was once the most powerful machine in the world has passed into the history books as one of the greatest tank designs of all time.


Product Features

Animatable tracks - Move both separately and together

  • Commander hatch Opens/Closes
  • Loader hatch
  • Tool Box lid Opens/Closes
  • Engine hatches Opens/Closes
  • Driver hatch Opens/Closes
  • Radio Operator hatch Opens/Closes
  • Fenders raise/lower
  • Turret Traverses
  • Guns elevate and depress
  • Anti-Aircraft MG34 rotates elevates and depresses

Contains poses to hide and show several parts of the tank
Includes 1 MAT pose files for Tiger 131

Templates included

Be sure to Download the add-on props in the Free Stuff section.
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Product reviews
Great Job!
I recently purchased this on Renderosity and really love it. I made several texture sets for it and was making some spare tracks when I discovered ONTARGET3D. Thanks much for the free add on items. Tiger is by far my favorite WW2 tank and this is a very faithful reproduction. Well worth the money. One very small knit pick. Where is the headlight?

From: marxart2003 | Created on: 3/3/2013 2:15:11 AM

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