World of Warships models

A thread for all my World of Warships releases.

I apologize for the large amount of files, due to workshop size restrictions and the large number of textures per model ,together with multiple models sharing textures, I decided to separate them into multiple addons for organization’s sake.

Index:

Common textures:
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1135883409 / http://www.mediafire.com/file/687tmlctcdd3q1s/wowscommon.rar

Japan content:
http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1135886289 / http://www.mediafire.com/file/pm25b4b23c00cgs/wowsjapan.rar

HIJMS Yamato (1944)

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=1135949042 / http://www.mediafire.com/file/9b4fdmj4rjvsb9d/wowsyamato.rar

With no further ado:

A prop of the HIJMS Yamato, has it appears in World of Warships.

Fully rigged, use a model tool to tamper with moving parts.

WARNING: You will need the easy bonemerge tool to put the model together. Merge the hull into the guns.

Includes:
HIJMS Yamato (1944), separated into guns and hull. merge hull into guns
HIJMS Yamato (1944), skybox version (16 times smaller)

HIJMS Yamato (1944)

Needs no introduction. The largest battleship ever built, featuring the largest guns ever mounted on a warship. The Yamato class battleships were conceived to counter the more numerous American ships by having a single vessel capable of enganging multiple enemy ships at once.
Despite the warships massive power, it’ status as a national symbol alongside it’s massive tactical value meant that the ship was only used for the most pivotal of operations.
Yamato notably participated in the Battle of the Phillipines and Operation Sho-Go during the Battle of Leyte Gulf, before finally meeting her end during Operation Ten-Go, which called for Yamato to run aground in Okinawa, in preparation for defense against allied forces. Allied interceptors arrived, and after a fierce naval battle, Yamato was sunk from the combination of multiple torpedo and bomb hits, a fire spreading and the explosion of the second turret magazine.
Despite all this, the Yamato remained a cultural symbol for Japan in the decades to come, with many seeing the ship’s final mission as a noble, heroic sacrifice in defense of the homeland.

Name: HIJMS Yamato (1944)
Builder: Kure Naval Arsenal
Armament: 9x 46cm/45 Type 94 (3x3); 6x 15.5cm/60 Type 3 (2x3); 24x 127mm/40 Type 89 (12x2); 162x 25mm/60 Type 96 (54x3); 4x 13.2mm Type 93 (2x2)
Type: Battleship
Class: Yamato
Other ships in class: Musashi; Shinano(converted into carrier); Number 111(cancelled); Number 797(cancelled)
Weight: ~65027 tons
Power: 12 Kampon boilers
Propulsion: 4 steam turbines and shafts
Speed: 27 knots / 50 km
Crew: ~2767
Construction: laid 4 November 1937, launched 8 August 1940, commissioned 16 December 1941
Fate: sunk 7 April 1945, struck 31 August 1945

Please report any bugs you find.

Credits:

Wargaming for WoWS
My friend Kovah for model access
Nem for VTFEdit
cra0kalo for his compiler

cool!

Awesome port man!

Thank you.

Added a second skin for the Yamato and a Nakajima E8N1 to the Japan pack.

Added mediafire links for people who do not have gmod.

https://steamuserimages-a.akamaihd.net/ugc/870743120057899923/1BD76FB9BB474A45B4A226AB5958BC26212DFD18/

A prop of the HIJMS Sakura and her sister the Tachibana, has they appears in World of Warships.

I actually finished this a few weeks back but only got around to releasing it now. If you are wondering why the hell I did such a small and obscure ship, it’s simple.
It was much easier.

Fully rigged, use a model tool to tamper with moving parts.

Includes:
HIJMS Sakura (1912)
HIJMS Sakura (1912), skybox version (16 times smaller)
HIJMS Tachibana (1912)
HIJMS Tachibana (1912), skybox version (16 times smaller)

Sakura-class destroyer (1912)

Designed as smaller and more economic versions of the Umikaze-class destroyers, the Sakura-class was slower, but possessed longer operational ranges and greater realiability. Both ships served during WW1 before being retired on April 1st, 1932, possibly as a prank.

Name: Sakura-class destroyer
Builder: Kure Naval Arsenal
Armament: 1x QF 4.7 inch Gun Mk I-IV, 4x QF 12 pounder 12 cwt naval guns, 2x double 450mm torpedo launcher turrets carrying Type 42 torpedoes.
Type: Destroyer
Class: Sakura
Other ships in class: Tachibana
Weight: ~830 tons
Power: 8 boilers
Propulsion: 3-shaft Parson steam turbines
Speed: 30 knots / 56 km
Crew: ~94
Construction: laid 31 March 1911, launched 20 Novemeber 1911, commissioned 21 May 1912 (Sakura)
laid 29 April 1911, launched 27 January 1912, commissioned 25 June 1912 (Tachibana)
Fate: retired 1 April 1932 (both)

Please report any bugs you find.

Credits:

Wargaming for WoWS
My friend Kovah for model access
Nem for VTFEdit
cra0kalo for his compiler