L-1 Zeppelin

L-1 Zeppelin

Ferdinand von Zeppelin conceived rigid airship design in the late 19th century. When they began to be built at the beginning of the 20th century, his name was applied as a general term for these vehicles. The company Deutsche Luftschiffahrts-AG (German airship travel) flew the first commercial Zeppelins in 1910. As WW I approached Zeppelins were built for military reconnaissance and bombing missions use as well. Zeppelin LZ 14 was built for the Imperial German Navy and given the navy designation L-1. First flown late in 1912 it was lost in a storm over the North Sea the following September.

The L-1 Zeppelin 3D model, provided as the historical navy version and an imaginary passenger version, is a fully-rigged Poser figure, sized for Poser people. Although designed for Poser, it is compatible with DAZ Studio (see ReadMe).

o The L-1 naval Zeppelin pre-configured with defensive machine gun props
o An imaginary version Pre-configured as a civilian transport with the cabin populated with chair and table props
o Basic L-1 with no attached props

The poseable L-1 figures have ERC controls at the Body level that, among other things:
o Operate the rudders and elevators in concert with wheels in the control gondola
o Spin the propellers
o Operate numerous control levers in the gondolas
o Open various gate, doors and hatches

o Propeller blur
o Access stairs
- Short steps for gondolas
- Tall stair for cabin
o Additional and alternate guns

o M4 and V4 crew and passenger poses
o Navy version (default)
o Imaginary passenger version
Special poses for the M1919 machine gun (separately available in Marketplace)

o Full camera set positioned for easy viewing and rendering of the full Zeppelin figure. Includes main, auxiliary, left, right, top, bottom, front and back cameras.
o Dolly Camera settings for interior and exterior views

o Simple day and night sets

See the ReadMe file and view the product promos above for more information.

Software: Poser 10 / Poser Pro 2014 +, Daz Studio 4, Poser Pro 11

Props for Daz Studio and Poser