World of Warplanes models

Here’s the thread for my WoP releases.

Index:

America

Vought XF5U: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=796698262 http://www.mediafire.com/file/za0065oe4ul7hi1/wopxf5u.rar

Japan

Nakajima Type 91: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=799252903 http://www.mediafire.com/file/0525q28iam7ymwz/woptype91.rar

Kawasaki Ki-5: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=795961966 http://www.mediafire.com/file/1wfj3piw72uuvuy/wopki5.rar

Mistubishi A6M: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=800928219 http://steamcommunity.com/workshop/filedetails/?id=801015988

Well, here’s the first:

A prop of the Kawasaki Ki-5 as it appears in World of WarPlanes.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=795961966 http://www.mediafire.com/file/1wfj3piw72uuvuy/wopki5.rar

Contains two models, one with tail number marks and another with tail Sentai marks. Both models have plane skins and multiple bodygroups.
Ailerons, rudder, elevator, wheels and propeller can be moved with a bone/joint tool.

Kawasaki Ki-5

An experimental monoplane fighter developed for the IJA Air Force to replace the Type 92 fighter. It was the last design by german aircraft designer Richard Vogt while he was in Japan. The plane ended up proving unsatisfactory, and the project was cancelled with only 4 units produced. However, elements of it’s design helped further future plane designs.

Name: Ki-5
Manufacturer: Kawasaki Kokuki Kogyo K.K.
Armament: 2x 7.7mm Type 89 machine guns
maximum speed: 360 km/h
Maximum range: 1000 km
Class: Fighter
Role: general purpose craft, interceptor
Weight: ~1870 kg
Engine: kawasaki Ha-9
Crew: 1
Time of production: Produced in 1934
Volume of production: Total of 4 prototypes produced

Please report any bugs you find.

Credits:
Wargaming for World of WarPlanes
Shadowhunterrus for the extractor
Professor Heavy for the measurements
Nem for VTFEdit
Cannonfodder for his plugins
Trek for figuring out the textures
Multiple people for the texture settings

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And here it is. A fun little plane that was not that fun to try and squeeze with the workshop file size limitations, but I think that’s just gonna be standard for all WoWP models.

A prop of the Vought XF5U as it appears in World of WarPlanes.

http://www.mediafire.com/file/za0065oe4ul7hi1/wopxf5u.rar

Contains two models, XF5U-1 with smaller propellers, and XF5U with larger ones.
Ailerons, rudder, elevator, wheels and propellers can be moved with a bone/joint tool.

Vought XF5U “Flying Flapjack”

An experimental round-wing fighter developed by Charles H. Zimmerman from the earlier Vought V-173 “Flying Pancake”. It’s unorthodox design required an unusual propeller assembly, with the propellers on the sides of the actual engine. Despite being highly promising, the project was cancelled in favor of Jet-powered aircraft. Notably, the plane was so solid, that demolishing it required use of a wrecking ball.

Name: XF5U
Manufacturer: Vought
Armament: 6x 12.7mm Browning M2 machine guns or 4x 20mm M39 automatic cannons.
maximum speed: 765 km/h
Maximum range: 1703 km
Class: Fighter
Role: general purpose craft, interceptor
Weight: ~7600 kg
Engine: 2x Pratt & Whitney R-2000-7
Crew: 1
Time of production: Produced from 1943 to 1946
Volume of production: Total of 1 prototype produced

Please report any bugs you find.

Credits:
Wargaming for World of WarPlanes
Shadowhunterrus for the extractor
Professor Heavy for the measurements
Nem for VTFEdit
Cannonfodder for his plugins
Trek for figuring out the textures
Multiple people for the texture settings

Pretty great work!

Out of all the planes in the US roster
you port the flying pancake.
Thank you.

Added mega link for the ki5. The mega versions of the planes will have the full resolution normals and masks not found in the workshop release.

Added mega links to the xf5u. If you want to suggest another hosting site, please post below.

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A prop of the Nakajima Type 91 as it appears in World of WarPlanes.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=799252903 http://www.mediafire.com/file/0525q28iam7ymwz/woptype91.rar

Contains 3 models:
Nakajima NC
Nakajima Type 91-1
Nakajima Type 91-2
and separate models for the bodygroups.

Nakajima Army Type 91 Fighter

The first plane developed for the Imperial Japanese Armed Forces. Developed from the Nakajima NC, the type 91 was a standard parasol monoplane. The Type91-2 version possessed a more powerful engine. It only remained in service for a short while, and was supplanted by the Ki-10 in 1935.

Name: Type 91
Manufacturer: Nakajima Aircraft Company
Armament: 2x 7.7mm Type 89 machine guns
maximum speed: 300 km/h
Maximum range: 900 km
Class: Fighter
Role: general purpose craft, interceptor
Weight: ~1530 kg
Engine: Bristol Jupiter VII 9-cylinder(Type 91-1) Nakajima Kotobuki(Type 91-2)
Crew: 1
Time of production: Produced from 1931 to 1934
Volume of production: Total of 420 total units produced, 397 Type 91-1 and 23 Type 91-2

Please report any bugs you find.

Credits:
Wargaming for World of WarPlanes
Shadowhunterrus for the extractor
Professor Heavy for the measurements
Nem for VTFEdit
Cannonfodder for his plugins
Trek for figuring out the textures
Multiple people for the texture settings

A prop of the A6M2 Zero as it appears in World of WarPlanes. This addon has two parts on the workshop, the direct download version has everything in one.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=800928219 http://steamcommunity.com/workshop/filedetails/?id=801015988

Contains five models:
A6M1 prototype
A6M1 numbers and sentail tail versions
A6M2 numbers and sentail tail versions
Ailerons, flaps, rudder, elevator and propeller can be moved with a bone/joint tool.

Mitsubishi A6M

Designed from the A5M, the original A6M1 Model 0 prototypes had a Mitsubishi made engine and a two bladed propeller, which was replaced by a three bladed one for the A6M1 Model 11 production run, with the Mitsubishi engine being replaced with a Nakajima one for the A6M2 Model 11 run. Eventually, foldable wing tips for storage in carriers were added to the main production run, the A6M2 Model 21.
The most famous WW2 japanese plane, and perhaps the most famous plane overall, the Zero built a legendary reputation as a fighter craft, and was at the time of it’s introduction the best carrier-based fighter in the world. It took several advancements in fighter technology, some derived from the Zero, and new tactics for the US planes to engage it in equal terms.

Name: A6M1/A6M2
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Armament: 2x 7.7mm Type 97 machine guns, 2x 20mm Type 99-1 autocannons
maximum speed: 534 km/h
Maximum range: 3104 km
Class: Fighter
Role: general purpose craft, interceptor
Weight: ~2796 kg
Engine: Mitsubishi Zuisei 13(A6M1) Nakajima Sakae 12(A6M2)
Crew: 1
Time of production: Produced from 1940 to 1945
Volume of production: Total of 3 A6M model 0, 65 A6M2 model 11 and 1540 A6M2 model 21 units produced

Please report any bugs you find.

Credits:
Wargaming for World of WarPlanes
Shadowhunterrus for the extractor
Professor Heavy for the measurements
Nem for VTFEdit
Cannonfodder for his plugins
Trek for figuring out the textures
Multiple people for the texture settings

BIG UPDATE:
Added A6M1 prototype and A6M1: The standard A6M1 is visually identical to the normal A6M2, it does however have a bunch of new skins, including the requested black nose, which I had to create from scratch. Due to workshop texture limits, the addon has been split into two, the second half containing the skin textures.