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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Also, I just want to talk of the VPAF as one of the great air forces of the 1960's and 70's. Given outdated aircraft against America's top of the line Phantoms, the old MiGs did their country proud with those brave and cunning pilots at the stick.
yesterday I watched a video on Forgotten Weapons about the RSC 1917 and 1918. Pretty cool to see it there and now here. Can't wait to use that high-tech French weapon in game!
very nice job on the bolt assembly. you have put so much detail into this rifle, even into the interior of the bolt housing!
as always, keep up your excellent work!
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I agree, and I rather like the way it looks. It is an adorable little vehicle, but its low profile makes it seem like it could have been a very effective anti-infantry tankette.
very nice! once again you bring history to life. Keep up the great work!
Your work is amazingly detailed and your dedication to only producing the very best is admirable. Where others may rush to get their work out, you take your time to create perfection. Keep doing what you are doing, you are the best mod team out there!
Crisp colors and detail, this picture looks as if it was taken yesterday. Also, gotta love those Swedish birds, they are sleek looking.
Another wonderful bird brought back to life. And such a rare one too. As always, excellent work Flogger!
that's an amazing cut through the clouds by that bear
another rare photo brought to life. I like the Japanese photos you have been working with, since it is not exactly common to come across images of Japan's aviators or tankers. Certainly rare where I am from, so I thank you for bringing these men and their machines back to life.
this picture must have been taken during the siesta, no one is about.
all jokes aside, really nice village. It has really nice character to it.
very nice work on the suspension of the tanks! The suspension reacts so realistically with the ground.
Take your time, important things first, mods second. Besides, work as good as yours is worth waiting years for.
Your trenches are the finest trenches I have seen in any ARMA modification. The again, all your work is excellent. Do please keep it up!
I notice there is no weapon in the sponson. It is a photograph, so this implies it is taken behind the front. My question is, is this tank a prototype?
This is the type of archaeology I like!
As you see here this fascinating ancient civilization worshiped the Panzer Gods and here we see the recovery of a tomb of one of those great beings. The tomb was covered in concrete to protect it from grave robbing. Here you see that our archaeologists have chipped away much of that protective cover to reveal the tomb.
he looks so sad.
looks really nice. Vive le Roi!
The steamships look amazing! I don't care if they move or not, if you can step on them or not, they just look great!
It makes my day every time I see history brought back to life in color. Another fine job, well done Flogger.
Bless you and your dedication. Your work has been amazing and I will wait eagerly for your updates. Do keep up the good work!
I scrolled to the bottom expecting to see a black and white version that Flogger had colorized.
It only takes you 2 hours to produce such a masterpiece? I'm starting to believe you have a time machine and you just go back in time and retake the picture with color film.
Your work is truly amazing.
this really is a truly beautiful recreation of a trench. The earthen walls are brilliantly textured and the ladder and duckboards look life-like.
the A4 is still flying? I thought they were all retired. It's good to see Brazil is keeping these classics combat ready for the 21st Century battlefield.
This might be your best work yet. Before I saw the black and white photo beneath it, I thought it was a modern photo of a museum display!
I always liked the way colorization of old photos comes out. The color makes it come to life, but in a subdued way that makes you feel the age of piece.
Really nice colorization Flogger!