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Thiel
Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 20th, 2011, 9:56 pm
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Very well done and an incredible work. It's incredible how the small vehicles looks in SB. Will you include the Zündapp and BMW motorbikes and sidecars? ;)

Congratulations.
Now I want to do the Nimbus E motorcycle with a 20mm gun.

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Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 20th, 2011, 11:31 pm
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Ok ok, due to popular demand, here is a collection of all the superheavy wwII vehicles I have finished:

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From left:
P.1000 Rattle (Germany)
Maus (Germany)
E-100 Tigermaus (Germany)
Karl-Gerat (Germany)
FCM F1 (France)
Char 2C (France)
T29 (US)
T-28 (US)
Tortoise (UK)
TOG2 (UK)

The Rattle only looks small because all the other designes are really big too :) .
There are no soviet designs because I have either posted them already or I haven't drawn them yet.
I will do an updated version of this in a while.

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Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 20th, 2011, 11:40 pm
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Wow, loved the TOG2!

how about the P1500 Landkreuzer?

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Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 21st, 2011, 12:25 am
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Rodondo wrote:
Wow, loved the TOG2!

how about the P1500 Landkreuzer?
I have wanted to do the P1500 but I haven't been able to find any useful side or line drawings. Also, I can't find any two sources that actually agree on what it was supposed to look like (apart from the fact that its BIG).

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Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 21st, 2011, 1:05 am
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Finally, the final British post before I go on to Germany and their lovely panzers!
Here are British tank destroyers plus one post war one:
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From the left;
Deacon
Alecto
Archer (Valentine hull)
Achilles (an american TD with a 17pdr)
Charioteer (post war but based on a Cromwell hull and uses a 20pdr)

Next, British self propelled artillery, assault guns and assault tanks (from WWI)
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From the left;
Bishop (SPA)
Churchill AVRE (Spigot mortar type, there are many others to come)
Cromwell (95mm gun version)
Tortoise (Huge heavy assault gun)
MkI tank (with mg)(from WWI :) )
MkI tank (with 57mm gun)

German Panzers are next...

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Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 21st, 2011, 2:35 am
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Ok now for Germany...

First up, Heavy tanks:
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From the left;
Tiger I Porsche Prototype
Tiger I Production
Tiger II Porsche Prototype
Tiger II Production
Tiger II w/ Porsche Turret
Tiger II E75 (105mm gun)
Tiger III E75 (105mm gun)
E90 (127mm gun)

Now Medium tanks:
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From left;
Panzer III F (37mm gun)
Panzer III G (50mm gun)
Panzer III M (with shields)
Panzer IV (Hybrid with panzer III 50mm turret)
Panzer IV C (short 75mm gun)
Panzer IV F (long 75mm gun)
Panzer IV J (with shields)
Panther (Panzer V)
Panther II E50

now light tanks:
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From left;
Panzer I
Panzer II C
Panzer II L
Panzer II w/ Leopard E10 turret
Leopard E10

Tomorrow: German tank destroyers, assault guns, mobile aa guns, mobile artillery and armored cars + apc half tracks. Also, British armored cars (because I forgot about them earlier).

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Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 21st, 2011, 8:51 am
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I got some news.

The E-100 is wrong, she is 10.27 meter long (Hull). That means she has 7 cm longer hull then from the Maus.
But also lower and wider...
She also able to carry 3 different types of turrets.

Plus did you use the 11 inch tripple turret from the parts sheet?
Because that isnt the one they would use. They designed a new turret. Called Kust repals 11 inch.
Wich is a little bit higher then original but less wide, and shorter.
In other words, more Stumpy :lol:

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Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 21st, 2011, 4:42 pm
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MitcheLL300 wrote:
I got some news.

The E-100 is wrong, she is 10.27 meter long (Hull). That means she has 7 cm longer hull then from the Maus.
But also lower and wider...
She also able to carry 3 different types of turrets.

Plus did you use the 11 inch tripple turret from the parts sheet?
Because that isnt the one they would use. They designed a new turret. Called Kust repals 11 inch.
Wich is a little bit higher then original but less wide, and shorter.
In other words, more Stumpy :lol:
I got the turret for the Rattle from the part sheet so that I would have the gun right. I modified it so that it would fit the proper dimensions that are specified for the Rattle (ie higher and shorter) so I think its proper.

For the E100, I have only found sources that show it carrying two turrets. Your right though, they designed three different ones but I can't find good line drawings of the other two that I haven't posted (If you know of any please tell me!!).
As for the length, I'll look at it. Your probably right again but I want to check to see if the error is in my source drawing or if it was me. I'll update the drawing regardless (just looking at it now I can tell your right about the length issue).
Thanks for bringing this up. If anyone finds anything wrong with any other vehicles let me know.
Errors of 1 or 2 pixels are sometimes intentional on my part so that I can fit in all the road wheels or other details because of the limitations of using MS paint.

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Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 21st, 2011, 4:57 pm
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Yeah i had the blue print from the Hull somewhere around in my ww2 german tank books.
And i have some digital stuff here:

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This one with the Maus turret.

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You think you can beat me little car? Ill just drive over you , like its a ant vs human. (Those tracks are enormous)
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Briechketten (The newer ones, conform the new ketten line of 44'')
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Entwichlung ketten (Original from the design out of 1942)

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PSS, Tiger turret VS Maus turret.
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Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 21st, 2011, 5:02 pm
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Usefull?

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