PerspectX GOES EXTREME – CH47D CHINOOK helicopter

November.14.2011 · Posted By - Von

Here are the complete progress list of our Chinook CH47 Extreme:


1. CH47 Airframe

2. CH47 Cockpit Part 1 of 2

3. CH47 Cockpit Part 2 of 2

4. CH47 Landing Gears

5. CH47 Rotor

6. CH47 Engine


It’s a two months project that includes looking for a good reference images, modeling, texturing, rendering and publishing on our Store and on Turbosquid. We had fun creating this object which we called CH47 Chinook Extreme 3d model.


The Ch47D Chinook Helicopter comes with a multi 3d format that you can use on your presentation/animation. It has 1,110.3992 polygon count and 1,252,989 vertices count. The texture resolutions are mostly 4096×4096 and 2048×2048. So if your looking for a high extremely detailed Chinook Helicopter, you must get this one for a good price!


Get CH47D Chinook Helicopter Extreme Model (link below)

PerspectX StoreCH47D Chinook Helicopter

Turbosquid StoreCH47D Chinook Helicopter

Fallingpixel Store – Coming Soon!

Exchange3d Store – Coming Soon!


We are building another Extreme 3d model so watch for it! Open-mouthed smile

perspectx goes extreme – ch47 engine

August.14.2011 · Posted By - Von

A continuation of my contribution for CH-47 Chinook Helicopter ‘Extreme’.

I started it with a polygon cylinder then extrude mesh for the main part of the engine. On the wirings, I used EP Curve tool in maya and Nurbs circle (Will probably make a simple blog tutorial for it). After creating more details, I did UV and texturing. Some of the small parts on the middle of the engine are textured.

Here are the screen progress of CH-47 Engine in first version …


April.12.2011 · Posted By - Paul

The pilot / co-pilot compartment would prove to be the most difficult part of building the B-17 interior.  One of the biggest problems was related to sources.  The vast majority of photographs of the pilot compartment that can be found online show interiors of modern airshow versions.  They tend to show stripped down interiors and some modern equipment.  It became important before I started to make sure I could get as many original WWII sourced photos that I could and …