A collection of some of the best military, sci-fi and action figures 3d modeled. Chris Shell is legendary in the 3d modeling and graphic arts industry. Professionally recognized in many international arts competitions, he has been featured on the cover of 3D Artist Magazine multiple times and has articles and tutorials published in numerous other magazines. Chris Shell has been commissioned for book cover illustrations and other commercial graphic design projects and has even been biographed as a DAZ Studio Featured Artist and featured interviews on other industry sites. As an artist he has been awarded winner in numerous render challenges and focus of special spotlights for various works and continues proud to be a sponsor and mentor for others in the 3D community.
Concieved from an alternate WWII history RAF skunkworks, the Supermarine SkyFury Mk1 is a 3d modeled poser figure geared for close up renders and animation with its conforming munitions and prop blur effects.
The U.S.S Arizona (for Poser) is faithful replication of the memorable WWII US Navy Battleship sunk in Pearl Harbor HI on December 7 1941 modeled in 3d as a prop for Poser. Featuring over 70 moving parts, such as: guns, cranes, turrets, spotlights, and propellers and 3 smartprop Anchors and 2 smartprop float-planes!
U.S.S Trigger is a faithfully replicated deisel powered WWII era US Navy submarine 3d model prop for Poser and includes some 30 moving parts including fully functional torpedo tube doors. Anchors, Guns, Cranes, Turrets and even the Spotlights and Propellers are pose able in this model!
A detailed replication of the reliable USS Vestal, a 3d modeled WWI Coaler and WWII Tender refueling ship for the US Navy for Poser. Features over 30 moving parts, such as: guns, cranes, turrets, spotlights, and propellers and 3 smart-propped versions of the anchors.
The Reactive Armour System to better protect their transforming YF-35 fighters in heavy combat. The new armour may be jettisoned by the pilot restoring mobility to the aircraft and Poser ERC allow over 30 missiles that can be fired individually, in small groups, or all at once. Modeled by "theschell" (Christopher D. Schell) .