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Neyo Wargear

Member Since 08 Apr 2012
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In Topic: The LEGO M6A1 (T1E1) Heavy Tank Project

30 August 2019 - 12:26 PM

M6A2E1-# Army of Two 4K Renders

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Cheers.

In Topic: The LEGO M6A1 (T1E1) Heavy Tank Project

29 August 2019 - 08:55 AM

Awesome job!
 
What program are you using to render these? I feel like you may have said this before, but I don't remember...


Thank you!

I'm using the built-in rendering program in Studio 2.0, Eyesight.

Someone one suggested a different sandbag technique to use on my tank and I decided to use.

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Enter the Sandman.

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This is Lincoln Log.

Cheers.

In Topic: The LEGO M6A1 (T1E1) Heavy Tank Project

28 August 2019 - 12:47 PM

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A 'what if?' look at the M6A1 Heavy Tank if it had participated in the Second World War, namely the European Theater.

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One crew has added sandbags to their tank to protect it against shaped charges like the Panzerfaust. The other crew has opted to go with wood in the form of planks and logs. Both have bolted wooden boards to their armored suspension to improve protection against shaped charges.

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Both crews have extensive stowage of supplies upon the engine decks of their tanks. Both crews have managed to find a bicycle in working order to ride during the rare lulls in combat.

I might try a difference technique for the sand bags.

Cheers.

In Topic: The LEGO M7 Medium Tank Project 2

24 August 2019 - 09:14 PM

So, I wanted to redesign the turret on my 3rd variant of the M7 Medium Tank since I finished it. Today I decided to finally do it.

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This screenshot doesn't have all of the turrets I created, but there should be 11 in this screenshot.

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It took me two hours of work which resulted in 13 different turret designs before I was satisfied and it worked with the hull.

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A close-up of the front.

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I spent 40 minutes on the rear hull by extending it a single stud.

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Two friends wanted to see the tank in yellow and purple.

Cheers.

In Topic: The LEGO T71 Detroit Arsenal Light Tank Project

23 August 2019 - 08:34 PM

More renders.

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Cheers.