Kubus Armoured Vehicle game assets 3D model

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“Kubuś” armoured vehicle used in Polish Uprising Warsaw 1944.

I have created this 3D low poly model to demonstrate my skills in game asset creation and Virtual Reality asset creation. I have not seen this car in reality yet, but I have worked with references from web to create this model. I have modelled it using Autodesk Maya and created textures in Photoshop with Quixel plugin. If you would like to buy this model to use it in your game or VR app, please use the link below:


Also, please feel free to embed this sketchfab VR model above to your blog or website if you wish.


      Kubuś (Polish for “Winnie the Pooh) was a Polish World War II armoured car and armoured personnel carrier (APC), made by the Polish Home Army (Armia Krajowa : AK) during the Warsaw Uprising. A single copy was built on the chassis of a 1938 Chevrolet 157 truck and took part in the fights. Currently the “original” Kubuś is restored after the war and held in the Polish Army Museum. There is also a full-scale replica built for the Warsaw Uprising Museum.
The latter is in perfect condition and frequently takes part in various open-air fests and reenactment shows.
      The construction of the original Kubuś took only 13 days from the decision to handing over to fighting units. Work started on 8 August 1944 in a car repair shop belonging to Stanisław Kwiatkowski in Warsaw’s borough of Powiśle, at the corner of Tamka and Topiel Streets. The main engineer was Walerian Bielecki (nom-de-guerre Jan), who was also the designer of the car. However, as a matter of fact the car had no design prepared on paper and instead all construction was improvised in situ. The name was taken in an honour of wife of one of constructors Jozef Fernik (pseudonym Globus) – she had a pseudonym Kubuś (Polish name forWinnie the Pooh) who had been a doctor before she was killed by the Wehrmacht a few weeks earlier. early August.
      Kubuś was based on the chassis of a civilian Chevrolet 157 truck, license-built in pre-war Poland by the Lilpop, Rau i Loewenstein company. The chassis was fitted with steel plates for protection of the crew. The plates were bolted to a steel frame and then welded together. The armoured car could carry between 8 and 10 soldiers and was armed with a Soviet-built Degtyaryov machine gun, underground-built K pattern flamethrower, a Projector, Infantry, Anti Tank (PIAT) Mk I and hand grenades, in addition to personal armament of the soldiers.


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