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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!
When I first saw the uniforms in Verdun, I knew that I must have this game. I was very happy to buy into the early access and help contribute my innumerable corpses to your r/d department. Playing the game in early access, I had high expectations for what the finished product would be.
I have to say, you guys blew those expectations out of the water. Your game is excellent and the uniforms for the soldiers are beautiful. Thank you for making this wonderful game.
note how the Ju-88 hides its face from the shame.
perhaps we should not laugh at this clearly non-consensual encounter
The pilot has the beard of a naval officer and the stance and panache of a fighter pilot. A true naval aviator in the sense of both words.
I always liked the Buffalo, it's a beautiful flying barrel. Perhaps these Commonwealth aviators might disagree, but I'm sure the aces o Finland would agree.
I might pick the Mustang because if I had to park the plane on my lawn, I would be annoyed when the neighbors say "What a nice Zero on your lawn."
"IT"S A FRANK!!!!!!"
to spare myself some aggravation, I choose the Mustang.
I'm sure you already know, but I just want to say that your work is beautiful and really brings 1938 back to life.
These are probably the most beautiful screenshots I have seen for ARMA3.
Your work is absolutely brilliant!
"Oh boy, here comes the Hind to rescue me!" said no American ever
Before there was Zeke, there was Claude, the mount on which Japan's best naval aces cut their teeth over China. An elegantly deadly little plane.
It looks like a fun little plane to fly around in. I'm sure it's combat capable, but it looks cute in the way that the A-4 Skyhawk and the F-5 looked cute.
it makes it look like a tropical island (hears Tropico theme playing in the background)
Will the gauges work or are they just decorative? Even if they are decorations, they are very nicely done.
I'll white-list moddb, it is the least bit I can do.
Very happy to see you guys are back! And those masks are quite good. You never disappoint with your work!
after looking at the your first Panzer I picture from December, I noticed the subtle additions you made.
Beautifully done, you spare no expense when it comes to detail!
"Why are you running? We only want to liberate some hair from your head!"
Would you like feedback of the "I like the choice of background painting" variety?
Because if so, I am happy to oblige. It is a nice painting and the background for the menu looks excellent.
I know its not the same plane, but is anybody else thinking of "Raiders of the Lost Ark" ?
the first jets were so elegant. mixing the straight edges of the old prop planes with the new engines, it gave designers room to add style and flair. Can't say that anything designed since the 80's come anywhere near the panache of the first jets.
so did this thing actually move or are those speed statistics just theoretical?
What system is this? I have never seen anything like this before. It's so modern but it still looks like a flak cannon.
In Tsarist Russia, Ferris Wheel kills you!
Anyone want to go to the carnival and ride the Ferris Wheel?
never knew you could fit so many people on a plane. Incredibly sturdy bird the Typhoon is.
this isn't a battle taxi, it's a battle bus!
all things considered, I just want to say: "look at the piglets!"
They're kind of cute, except for the one that may be taking a crap while the other one is smelling its backside.
beautiful. and very nice detail on the bombs!