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Fur-Man Dec 16 2012, 4:42am says:

10/10, would get blown up in.

+5 votes   media: Panzer IV Ausf. H
Fur-Man Jul 11 2012, 4:13pm says:

When this mod is done they should make a spinoff of it called Zombie Maester Pycell Edition.

+1 vote   mod: Zombie Master Black Edition
Fur-Man Apr 2 2012, 3:52am says:

5c for desert, 4c for woodland.

+2 votes   media: Which texture?
Fur-Man Mar 13 2012, 3:51pm says:

Nice assets!

+1 vote   media: dvh_airconditioner01
Fur-Man Jan 22 2012, 4:03pm says:

Awesome update, keep up the good work!

+1 vote   mod: WWI Source
Fur-Man Aug 20 2011, 3:07pm says:

If you can make this multiplayer I would play it over Mount and Musket every day!

+1 vote   mod: The American Civil War Mod
Fur-Man Aug 14 2011, 12:55am replied:

Pulp, obviously.

+3 votes   mod: Uneventful Conversations with Unimportant People
Fur-Man Jul 17 2011, 4:45pm says:

The stock looks kinda off, angled too far down (unless it's just the render's viewpoint giving some kind of illusion doing that). The render probably doesn't do the model justice. Some of the edges seem like they should be sharper rather than curvy, nice to see some progress though.

+2 votes   media: AK-47
Fur-Man Jun 8 2011, 7:33pm says:

Good job! Will there be some special system with animations when it comes to loading the cannon?

+1 vote   media: Cannon with box ammunition
Fur-Man May 31 2011, 4:20pm replied:

Mostly correct DarkSpaceMarine. All guns used in the Civil War were rifled, even the muzzle loading muskets used in the Civil War were rifled, and were extremely common (they were the standard firearms for line infantry). Flintlock muskets were not used in the Civil War (unless there's some random Confederate brigade that did or whatnot). Repeaters were only used by light infantry, and mounted infantry/cavalry units and even then not always. The rifles your talking about are probably breech loaded weapons, which were also used by light infantry and cavalry.

Basically, what emperor77 said.

+2 votes   mod: American Civil war
Fur-Man May 31 2011, 3:19pm says:

Fantastic! Wow, I really can't wait.

+2 votes   media: IJA, Render taken 2010
Fur-Man May 30 2011, 5:29pm says:

Awesome! One of the lesser known assets of the war. Well modeled.

+2 votes   media: Ketcum Bomb
Fur-Man May 30 2011, 5:28pm says:

Good shape, loved the repeaters. One suggestion I would make would be to round off some of the wooden edges, atm it looks kinda blocky in some spots. But if this is necessary to keep the poly count down, then so be it.

+1 vote   media: Spencer Rifle
Fur-Man May 30 2011, 5:26pm says:

Half right adkinsnoob, they actually fired Minie bullets, not balls. The Minie bullet was shaped like a bullet and had two grooves (since the muskets used then actually had rifling) picture:

Because the Civil War was the first war that actually used these rifled muskets (Which were soooo much more accurate than previous ones) while keeping the old fashioned tactics, it was more casualty heavy than many other wars.

Just some info. Also, the gun model is very good!

+1 vote   media: The musket
Fur-Man May 26 2011, 12:36am says:

Good, except that tie looks kinda huge. Loving the style though.

+1 vote   media: The Sheriff
Fur-Man May 23 2011, 10:22am says:

Most muskets fired a .58 Caliber round, not .577. Even then, that picture shows it as being a whole round (with a metal cartridge and everything). Is that round there just for some kind of comparison, or is that what the musket will be firing?

+1 vote   media: The musket
Fur-Man May 15 2011, 1:30pm says:

The shade of blue is pretty good actually, just make sure that the hat is the same shade as the shirt, atm it looks odd (I know it's WIP). Only other large problem is the layout of the pouches and whatnot, which will hopefully come later. If you need some reference pics for the gear layouts let me know.

+2 votes   media: Union and Confederate(WIP)
Fur-Man May 15 2011, 1:25pm says:

Great early WIP pics! I do Civil War reenacting, and if you need some info on how the gear is supposed to look, or general tactical/practical information let me know.

+1 vote   mod: American Civil war
Fur-Man Apr 20 2011, 2:10pm says:

Yes! I always support WWI stuff. Can't wait to see it when it's out. I realize that a lot is WIP, but I would consider working more on the uniforms.

+1 vote   mod: Battlefield Europe: 1916
Fur-Man Apr 17 2011, 12:46pm says:

Talented mapping, I loved the book, and I like the atmosphere and setting that you seem to be conveying. Can't wait to see what gameplay will be like!

+1 vote   mod: The Road
Fur-Man Apr 12 2011, 7:27pm replied:

Nice to hear! It wasn't a huge problem, but there were times when it got frustrating. I tried the wounding module and see what you mean, makes things much better. Fantastic work either way! The new map looks really awesome, can't wait to play on it.

+1 vote   mod: Invasion 1944
Fur-Man Apr 12 2011, 12:22am says:

Everything looks awesome! One question though, in the currently released version, the weapons seem to do too little damage in my opinion, especially SMG's. I usually have to unload 5-10 rounds even in close combat to down someone. I was using a Thompson, which is supposed to use powerful .45 rounds, and I don't think they had bulletproof vests back then. I just wonder whether weapon damage has been modified and made a bit more realistic? If not I would like you to consider changing it. Otherwise fantastic work! I can't wait to play the next version regardless!

+1 vote   mod: Invasion 1944
Fur-Man Apr 4 2011, 7:48pm says:

Always great to have WWI mods! It's one of the least used theaters of war. I can imagine the massive battles that ArmA2 could provide for the theater. Good luck!

+1 vote   mod: Over The Top - WW1 Mod For ArmA 2
Fur-Man Mar 28 2011, 5:08pm says:

Damnit! You guys are gonna end up forcing me to buy Crysis and Crysis Wars! Keep up the great work though. Also, even if you don't have weapons and animations finished, a video walk through of some of the maps would be fantastic. Perhaps explaining how the design process went along the way, and general comments on the mod. Video updates are always more exciting than text and pictures, even if it's nothing special, video seems to make it more interesting. Just a thought.

+3 votes   game: Traction Wars
Fur-Man Mar 28 2011, 4:56pm says:

Hey, out of curiosity, do I know you? If not, why did you add me?

+2 votes   member: ytres
Fur-Man Mar 27 2011, 1:25pm replied:

Been looking through all the pictures, didn't realize how many fantastic models you guys have! Keep this up.

+1 vote   mod: IDF: Fight for Independence
Fur-Man Mar 27 2011, 1:22pm says:

Very good interior! lovin it.

+1 vote   media: BTR-50
Fur-Man Mar 27 2011, 1:21pm says:

Very good!

+1 vote   media: RPG-7
Fur-Man Mar 27 2011, 1:20pm says:

Might be my favorite Israeli weapon of the era.

+1 vote   media: FN MAG
Fur-Man Mar 27 2011, 1:19pm says:

As an Israeli I really hope this mod comes to fruition! I would help if I had any skills.

+1 vote   mod: IDF: Fight for Independence
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