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JP Ford Explorer
by Jurassicpaul, published
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On offer here is my Ford Explorer model I was commissioned to do for a game. The company went another way and I was left unpaid with the model file so decided to share it with you guys. The design itself is modelled from blueprints of a 92 Explorer and all the additional parts were added to make it like the ones in the film. I literally made a 1/1 scale model of the car in 3DS Max with every detail from the original.
The car comes with an additional interior but I left out the glass as they would be best printed separately. You could simply add plastic glass to the inside or use my model of the glass as a buck for vacuum forming. If you want to make the wheels move you can by selecting them in an external program and detaching them. The floor is also seperate as that allows you to fit the glass in one go from underneath.
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