This was 10 minutes. The subject is a M4A1 Sherman medium tank.
Again, I drew for 10 more minutes. I know not if I will finish this or not.
Here is an M5 Stuart light tank. I decided to do this last one with a gel pen, no turning back. Again, alloted time was 10 minutes. Fun fact, the M5 Stuart was an upgrade for the M3A1 Stuart light tank which then became the M3A3 Stuart LT, and finialized as the M5A1 Stuart light tank.
I am in an arms race of tanks with 4 other artists. We decided to start in 1915-1920, the birthera of tanks. This is the flag of the Order of the Triumvirate. The white shield represents the defense of purity and innocence. The black zweihander for marital prowess and the willingness to defend the purity and innocence of their country till extinction. A blue ribbon for valor on and off the field of battle. Three roads that lead to another, a symbol of the alliance of the kingdoms of Bristol, Arlington, and Mundelin. The field of orange for the vast crops grown upon the fertile ground of the Order of the Triumvirate.
The first tank of the Order of the Triumvirate, the T1 Bristol light tank.
Armament: T1 1in/25.4mm L/12 Tank Gun (Length of barrel is 12 calibers, or 12x1in=1ft)
Armor: 0.75in/19mm to 0.25in/6mm
Weight: 7.5 tons
Description: The T1 Bristol light tank was the first of its kind. It mounts a long barrel 1in gun for infantry support during charges. It puts puts along at an okay pace.
Due to the Order of the Triumvirate being made up of 3 different groups, each group will design tanks differently. The Bristol are French inspired, the Arlington will be American, while the Mundelin will be the Germans. I may sneak in some Swedish infulences later on.
I redrew the T1 Bristol LT and gave it a nice 3 tone camouflage consisting of orange, tan, and the stock white.
The 113th Jump Division is an invasion force. Jumping from cruising altitude or space, these Troopers are fallen angels. Angels with a vengeance.
Mechanical pencil, gel pen, and colored pencils.
This was probably my most productive artistic day in a very long time.