This product is a collection of rendered images of the N1 Moon rockets, in very high detail, intended as a modeller's reference. They are perspective free (orthographic) and will serve as perfect backgrounds in digital modelling packages.
Subtle edge effects have been applied to help bring out details (see full size sample image links below).
The complete rocket is shown in renders 8000 pixels across, both with and without elements that are removed before launch.
Individual stages are shown separately in renders that are 4000x4000 pixels in size, with the fairings on, off, and separated.
There are also some extra renders, to cover the changed design of the roll control jets on the 7L, and the telemetry connection block / levelling system seen on the base of the N1-3L in the factory.
The source data was from Alexander Schliadinsky, and in many cases was taken directly from actual hardware. Alex personally visited the crash sites, and Baikonur relics in the early nineties, and has access to Russian state museums. For example the measurements of the L3 fairings, and panel positions were taken directly from a large scale production mock-up stored at the Moscow Aviation Institute.
Sample full size image of the whole rocket:
Sample full size image of a rocket stage:
Images are not protected with DRM, but there is a small transparent watermark bottom left of each image, as a reminder.
Please note, the model used for the renders is NOT included in this product.
Over 500 detailed, large, perspective free reference renders of the N-1 Rocket, all flown variants.