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The ZiS-2 was a Russian 57-mm anti-tank gun used during World War II. Development started in May 1940 and in the beginning of 1941 the gun was adopted as 57-mm anti-tank gun model 1941 (ZiS-2). The velocity and mass of the armour-piercing 57 mm projectile allowed it to attain sufficient kinetic energy to penetrate up to 90 mm of armour RHA while keeping the gun sufficiently light, mobile and easy to conceal. It is a automated-action gun with vertical block breech. The rate of fire can reach 25 rounds per minute. The carriage has coil spring suspension, which allows towing with a speed of up to 50 km/h (31 mph) on highways
Here is my new photogrammetry project. It’s low poly model with 50K tris, 8K albedo and 4K normal map. 740 images shooted with Cannon 650D 20mm lense in RAW, processed with LR. Reconstructed in Reality Capture. Cleaned, resonstructed and decimated in Houdini and Zbrush. Unwrapped in Houdini. Textures baked in Marmoset.