An image of the model rendered in DS\Iray by Glaseye
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Quoting from Wikipedia:
- The Focke-Achgelis Fa 223 Drache (English: Dragon) was a helicopter developed by Germany during World War II. A single 750-kilowatt (1,010 hp) Bramo 323 radial engine powered two three-bladed 11.9-metre (39 ft) rotors mounted on twin booms on either side of the 12.2-metre-long (40 ft) cylindrical fuselage. Although the Fa 223 is noted for being the first helicopter to attain production status, production of the helicopter was hampered by Allied bombing of the factory, and only 20 were built.
This 3D prop of the Fa 223 was created by Pedro Caparros. It is in .obj format and packed for Poser. Includes option for blurred rotors and one texture-set.