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Old 9th Jan 2020, 05:08 PM   #1
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Hello, Friends. This year I had three big projects with a lot of 3d work. The first is a new monographic magazine about WWII- If you remind, in 2018 I made a magazine with WWII Technology, with the most sofistied and isefull machines of last world war. This year, the subject is, the more stupid, unusefull and crazy vehicles and weapons

Of course I had no time for made all models and I use my great 3D library of free or commercial models, and also I need to boy almost 12 meshes (good bless the black fr. disccounts) but also I made some new models.

They are some of new meshes. First, the SdKfz 10 in flack and transport version. It was a very nightmare, maybe 1.800.000 polygons
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Old 10th Jan 2020, 07:44 AM   #2
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Hey Japa, you do have a way with 3D. Love it!
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Old 10th Jan 2020, 09:43 AM   #3
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Thanks, Bob! During last 2 years I made a lot of 3d modelling. Mainly dinosaurs (OF COURSE) and vehicles.
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Old 11th Jan 2020, 05:34 AM   #5
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Another curiosity: the White rabbitt, a underground brittish tank. It was a idea of Winston churchill. Unfortunatelly the 6 vehicles builded were scrapped after the war.

The mesh needs 1450000 polygons. The real vehicle was 24 m long and weighted 130 tn
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Lovely work Japa. That second one is a really weird machine.
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Old 13th Jan 2020, 07:13 PM   #7
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Lovely work Japa. That second one is a really weird machine.
You think this is Weird? SEE THE KUGELPANZER
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I would not want to have driven one of those. If nothing else your ears drums would have been shattered after a few shells hit it.
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I would not want to have driven one of those. If nothing else your ears drums would have been shattered after a few shells hit it.
With 5 mm of armour, I think if a shell hit you, your ears arent the problem
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With 5 mm of armour, I think if a shell hit you, your ears arent the problem
That's all? Gads, you were knowingly entering your own tomb.
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Old 15th Jan 2020, 08:37 AM   #11
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Private Ivan Ivanovich with a can opener, your deadliest enemy
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Old 16th Jan 2020, 06:32 PM   #12
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A magnificent sample of SGD (Stupid German Devices): the Krumlauf (Curved barrel)
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LOL, no way! Did it really work? I can't really imagine that working.
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LOL, no way! Did it really work? I can't really imagine that working.
It works, but is a unnecesary work. A too complex device for a real minor problem
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Old 17th Jan 2020, 12:20 PM   #15
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A magnificent Ingeniery work, at also a bad nightmare. I make the interior details for explain how works the two bombs
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Old 18th Jan 2020, 05:04 AM   #16
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Another unusefull invent. The Borgward IV, A remote controlled demolition device.

Spoiler: dont works.
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Old 19th Jan 2020, 04:47 AM   #17
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A very interesting weapon: the Rheintochter (Rhin's Daughter?): a SA german missile. Too big, too sofistied, too late
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Like them all Japa. Great attention to detail and even thought it's all war related it's a nice variety.
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The last model (and also the more complex of all) I made for the project is the Ta154 Moskito. Unfortunatelly, I don't find any good commercial mesh for buy, because I need a lot of time (and almost 300.000 polygons in 26 rigged layers). But I'm satisfied, I think the 154 is a real beautyfull airplane
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Wow, that is really sweet! Too bad Bills isn't around anymore. He'd love this one.
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I finally need to build a Pak 43. I made a mixed model, the gun is for the excellent Kas Nashorn https://www.turbosquid.com/3d-models...nashorn/729506, I model the shield, the wheels and some parts of weapon mount. Finally, the "legs" are from a old FH18 mesh I buy some years ago. A real Frankenstein model, but it works





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I don't know why I love WWII designs so much. They do seem somewhat prehistoric given size and proportion.
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I don't know why I love WWII designs so much. They do seem somewhat prehistoric given size and proportion.
This is the final splash page. As you can see, my idea is to cmake a comparison between the little Pak 36 and the gigantic 43
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That thing was a monster!
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