Materials: yes Textures: yes Animated: no Rigged: no Includes Normal Map: no Geometry: Polygonal Polygons: 12676 Vertices: 12598 Detail Level: medium Avg Texture Res: 1k
Cinema 4D (.c4d) - vr10, OBJ (.obj), DXF (.dxf), Autodesk FBX (.fbx), Collada (.dae), 3D Studio (.3ds), 3ds Max (.max) - v2012
Only cinema4d R10 has materials and textures. Other formats zip files have textures enclosed. But it could need some texture reassigning. canopy can not be opened. Polygons 12676 Vertices 12598
The F-16 Fighting Falcon is a multirole jet fighter aircraft originally developed by General Dynamics for the United States Air Force. The F-16 is scheduled to remain in service with the U.S. Air Force until 2025. The planned replacement is the F-35 Lightning II, which is scheduled to enter service in 2011 and will gradually begin replacing a number of multirole aircraft among the air forces of the program's member nations. The F-16E single seat and F-16F two seat are the latest version of the F-16. They do not exist in the USAF inventory and are currently an export variant only. Originally, the single-seat version of the General Dynamics F-16XL was to have been designated F-16E, with the twin-seat variant designated F-16F. This was sidelined by the Air Force's selection of the competing F-15E Strike Eagle in the Enhanced Tactical Fighter fly-off in 1984. The 'Block 60' designation had also previously been set aside in 1989 for the A-16, but this model was also dropped. The F-16E/F designation now belongs to a special version developed especially for the United Arab Emirates UAE, and is sometimes unofficially called the 'Desert Falcon'.