The military or naval ship is a vessel used for armed forces, and it usually has essential differences in construction in comparison with civilian vessels. They are designed for maneuverability, speed, and stealth and are equipped with advanced weapons systems. Vessels designed for naval warfare are commonly referred to as warships. Ships built for support and special military operations are called auxiliary ships.
Our modeling team collected vast experience modeling 3D ships suitable for different purposes, including maritime visualization, simulation and training, games, virtual reality, and others. We accurately reproduce the design, weapons, combat, and support equipment (such as electronic radars, sonars, cranes, etc.), lifesaving equipment, small boats, and others depending on the project's specifications.
This is real-time footage of the warship 3D model made in Marmoset Toolbag 3, default rendering, no image post-processing.
We support a wide range of rendering engines - from classic to physically based (PBR), and provide models in many popular file formats like OpenFlight, MAX, Maya, FBX, etc. We hold up industrial simulation standards including DIS (Distributed Interactive Simulation).