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Grandpappy must be very proud of his grandson
I'm surprised to see that many Somuas make it through the war and remain in service
I wish I could help, but the only thing I have done is some messing around with March of the Eagles. My only valid skill is that I am a historian of the Imperial Russian Navy, but I'm sure you already have your research team covered.
Anyways, I wish you the best of luck with the project. I'm certain it will go well, if your previous work is anything to go by.
I didn't think sprites could be so detailed. All of them are beautiful, but this Chinese army set looks the best!
Looking at all this new stuff, it looks like things are going well, at least on the modelling and skinning front. Everything so far looks amazing. Hope everything else is progressing as well. Good luck with the mod!
Sorry to hear about the fallout, but you have a good attitude to it. Many others would have been discouraged and given up, but you continue onward. Your hard work and attitude are a model for the rest of us.
Good luck with Korea!
one of these things just doesn't belong here...
shame you had to redo the Gotha, but it looks nice and new. Best of luck with the rest of the mod!
The work quality is excellent and is well worth waiting for. The team certainly knows what it is doing. keep up the excellent work!
I never doubted you guys. That backpack is to die for! Proper kit for the troops is, for me anyway, the best thing.
Nice work on everything! Things seem to be coming along well, so I hope your good fortune continues. Good luck with the mod!
Initially I was critical of the bubble, but the effects of the explosions on the bubble's surface convinced me that it is the right move to make. It looks good, saves memory, and allows you to put more into the mod. Let's just hope Stardock gets it together and releases 1.83 so we can see your beautiful work.
One question, will the shield effect be generated for planets with a shield generator?
really nice details on the action and the scope. the inclusion of the bayonet is an interesting attachment, does this imply a development of melee capability?
I just watched Shermanator do a show of your mod on YT. My first thought was to go here and thank you guys for letting a youtuber show off your beautiful work! You guys are the best, best of luck with the mod.
that is a nice ship. the town is lovely too (of course).
panzerschreck get shreked by panzershrek? panzershrek schreck panzerschreck? panzerschreck schreck panzershrek? shrekpanzer panzer schrecked?
as always, your attention to detail is superb. the work on the man in the bottom left and the other parts of the background bring out the depth of the hangar. if you don't mind me saying, this is one of your best works.
I have thought about this for a long time now, and the only thing that comes to mind is "puppies!"
Other than that, another excellent colorization Flogger.
I am interested to see where this is headed. It is always interesting to see a Cold War bookmark, so for that I am watching.
just a little ironic
One thing I find interesting are the four Brodie helmets on top of the tent. I thought British tankers were issued soft headgear.
Nice colorization as always. As a photo this rather interesting, do you happen to know the year the picture was taken?
Hear hear! Long may we honor their sacrifice and their valiant effort to save the galaxy from the Empire. Long live the New Republic!
Every inch of Switzerland is armed to the teeth. Even its barges are aircraft carriers!
as FAQs go,this is clearly the best. i admire the humor built in to it. Keep up the great work, and just do what you do.
best of luck!
from the people that brought you ZPU's mounted on Toyotas: the SAM-on-a-tank!
(probably should post this to the AA lovers group)
As Admiral Gorshkov once said: "We are an amphibious bear!"
so either someone teleported a Leo2 back to 1945, or someone in the modern age forgot to pack color film.
Flogger, did you use your time machine to take the Leo2 back to the past?
the pictures show a nice evolution of the design of a good tank that, unfortunately, is rarely given its due. Thank you for showing the pictures and explaining the details of this tank.
not exactly sure what they were hiding from with the blue, but I totally agree.
Also, I just want to talk of the VPAF as one of the great air forces of the 1960's and 70's. Given outdated aircraft against America's top of the line Phantoms, the old MiGs did their country proud with those brave and cunning pilots at the stick.