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Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 20th, 2011, 3:13 pm
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Groundsluger, I say, these look magnificent. Fine work!

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Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 20th, 2011, 4:08 pm
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Very nice! I know it's now of the WWII era, but could you do a Merkava too? Merkava is an awesome tank.

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Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 20th, 2011, 4:54 pm
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I am curious how the E-100 and the Maus will look like in this scale :P

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Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 20th, 2011, 5:02 pm
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MitcheLL300 wrote:
I am curious how the E-100 and the Maus will look like in this scale :P
Oh man, the E-100 and Maus come out great (not much detail to start with). I even did the Rattle and its MASSIVE. I used the 11inch turret from the gun part sheet and it looks good. Germany will come after the UK since I haven't finished organizing and naming it yet

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Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 20th, 2011, 5:19 pm
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So to begin with some good old British tanks...
British Infantry tanks to start with:
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So from the left on the first line:
Valentine Mk XI
Matilda II Frog (flamethrower)
Matilda II Scorpion (mine flail)
Matilda II
Churchill II
Churchill I (it has a 3 in howitzer in the hull)
Churchill IV (57mm (6pdr) gun)
Churchill Crocodile (flamethrower)
Churchill VII
Black Prince

On the second line from the left:
Valentine Mk I
"" MK I DD (Swimming tank)
"" MK III
"" MK VIII DD (Swimming tank)
"" MK VIII

Now the British cruisers (my favorite)
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So, from the left:
Cruiser Mk I (A6)
Cruiser Mk III (A13)
Cruiser Mk IV (A13 MkII)
Cruiser Mk V (Covenanter)
Cruiser Mk VI (Crusader I)
Cruiser Mk VI (Crusader II)
Cruiser Mk VI (Crusader III)
Cruiser Mk VIII (Cromwell)
Cruiser Mk VIII (Challenger)
Firefly
Comet I

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Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 20th, 2011, 5:57 pm
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few things: I'd like to see the Churchill VIII AVRE, the bobbing tank (which might be US, I don't know on which chassis that one was based) and .... the DD is based around an sherman, IIRC, so isn't that an US tank? but it is possible there was an valentine version I have never heard of ;)

after that we have the british 'Hobart's Funnies' complete, IIRC.

btw, very nice work, and after this I can't wait to draw an ship with these on deck :P

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Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 20th, 2011, 6:05 pm
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acelanceloet wrote:
few things: I'd like to see the Churchill VIII AVRE, the bobbing tank (which might be US, I don't know on which chassis that one was based) and .... the DD is based around an sherman, IIRC, so isn't that an US tank? but it is possible there was an valentine version I have never heard of ;)

after that we have the british 'Hobart's Funnies' complete, IIRC.

btw, very nice work, and after this I can't wait to draw an ship with these on deck :P
I'm planning on doing the AVRE in the Assault Tank category along with the other "funnies". That said, I haven't finished them all yet so I may move on to another country before I post them all. As for the DD tank, the Sherman DD was based off the Valentine (I believe) so it works having them separate. I have also done the Tetrarch DD light tank which I will post next with all the British light tanks when I finish naming all of them.

I've also done the Sherman DD with the canvass up and down just to give a comparison but I couldn't do it with the other DD tanks since there are no sources that show it up.

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Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 20th, 2011, 6:42 pm
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Ok finished the British light tanks:
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From the left:
Vickers Mk II
Carden Loyd Amphibious Tanks (not the tankette)
Vickers 6 Ton
Tetrarch DD (Swimming tank)
Tetrarch
Harry Hoplins (basically an update of the Tetrarch)

Next up, the Universal Tank:
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From the Left:
Centurion Mk1 (17pdr with a 20mm secondary)
Centurion Mk 3 (20 Pdr)

Now, I have a little conundrum. I started doing all of these WWII vehicles after I saw someone post a page with a bunch of military vehicles and stuff (mostly trucks and Cold War tanks) and I decided to do the same thing only with WWII.
I used the hull from their Centurion (with a 105mm gun) they put up to do my two variants so I'm wondering, should I cite them for that on this drawing?
Here is the comparison:
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The original that I didn't draw is highlighted.
They didn't have their name on the sheet anyway so I'm not even sure who posted it.

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MitcheLL300
Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 20th, 2011, 8:51 pm
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GroundSluger wrote:
MitcheLL300 wrote:
I am curious how the E-100 and the Maus will look like in this scale :P
Oh man, the E-100 and Maus come out great (not much detail to start with). I even did the Rattle and its MASSIVE. I used the 11inch turret from the gun part sheet and it looks good. Germany will come after the UK since I haven't finished organizing and naming it yet
Show them to us (The WIP, or what you have) :)

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-Kortenaer Class (touch up for current standards)
-Sachsen Class Frigates (10% done)
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Post subject: Re: World War II Armored Fighting VehiclesPosted: June 20th, 2011, 9:16 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.

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