During a project with a simplified center console, I decided to make something a little more luxurious. I give you the Sea Serpent Boston Whaler Center Console 45ft Sport Fishing Boat. This is not an exact model of any boats on the market, but does resemble a 45 ft Boston Whaler. Although I've made the adjustments for cabin windows and doors there is not a detailed cabin on this model, this is a exterior only model.
This model is native to Cinema 4D R15, and is featured in low polygon count in the C4D model (available on request upon purchase in higher or lower resolution for other programs). Other programs the model has been designed to a subdivision factor of 2. This model contains a collection featuring my Mercury Outboard Motor and my Shimano Rod and Reel to set up a nice fishing scene or static display for clean rendering. Also included is a simplified fish finder and Nav unit. Adjustable moveable surfaces with proper pivoting include: Motors, Steering Wheel, Throttles, Cabin Doors, Cabin Window Hatch, Anchor, all Rods and Reels. Whatever your desire, this model will excite sport fisherman with it's large bow and plentiful fishing room in the stern. Modelled using 3 motors it is an aggressive looking boat to look the serious part of a hardened sport fisherman or group of fisherman.
Collection items included as separate .ZIP files but are included directly in the primary Boston Whaler_V4 Model file.
Materials were used for C4D which highlight some of my personal antistrophic materials for optimal effect. For other programs results may be slightly different, but the model was created with textures (or modify with your own favorite materials).
Total Polygons in Subdivided model: 1739150
Total Vertex in Subdivided model: 1796348
NOTE: This model is native to Cinema 4D, all renders were created using C4D R15 and may not reflect other programs in terms of materials. Polygons represent the low resolution C4D model (Available for other programs on request).
If this model meets or exceeds your expectations please comment and like. Happy Modelling!
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