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Neyo Wargear

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#489440 Art of a Wargear

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 26 May 2020 - 10:14 AM

NCR Ranger, Fallout: New Vegas, 5min interval scans

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5-90min gif.


#489439 The LEGO M7 Medium Tank Project 2

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 23 May 2020 - 08:45 PM

I reckon I should show my new V5.

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Very minor changes I can't recall off the top of my head.

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A 'what if?' look at the M7 Medium Tank with Culin hedgerow cutters if they had been sent to Europe at the Normandy invasion. The 'hedge-breaching device' was made out of Czech hedgehog tank obstacles on the beaches to restore mobility to armored units and prevent bottlenecking of American forces into German ambushes. Tanks fitted with these devices were called Rhino tanks.

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M7 Medium Tank with deep wading equipment. This allows them to ford depths greater than 3ft. The first variant is Army standard while the second was a Marines variant. The tan pieces represent canvas covers over the gun mantlet and hull-mounted MG to prevent water from entering the vehicle whilst underway.

Cheers.


#489438 Art of a Wargear

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 22 May 2020 - 05:27 PM

All of this art looks awesome! I especially like Kaiju and drawing process ones. I wish you had some descriptions for them.

Thanks and I went back and added descriptions to all the images in my previous art dump.
 
Also, a little lore for the Riders of Ruin.
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NCR Ranger, Fallout: New Vegas, 5 minutes.

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NCR Ranger, Fallout: New Vegas, 10 minutes.

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NCR Ranger, Fallout: New Vegas, 15 minutes.

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NCR Ranger, Fallout: New Vegas, 20 minutes.


#489435 Art of a Wargear

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 21 May 2020 - 08:46 PM

Can't put my finger on it, but the 2nd and 3rd pics are giving me Goblin Slayer vibes (even though that clearly isn't him). Nice artwork!

Could have been a variety of aspects: overhanging upper helmet, fur collar, small breastplate, and crossing belts. Though I drew a lot of inspiration from the Anjanath armor set from Monster Hunter World.




#489432 SSLF Spark Thread (Guest Starring Screenshots)

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 21 May 2020 - 08:06 PM

Warframe Captura

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#489431 Art of a Wargear

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 21 May 2020 - 08:00 PM

Art.

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Here we see the seven headed hydra Perdition with his bright and beautiful, but warning markings of black, orange, and teal. Perdition has 4 different head shapes: Dominant, Secondary, Manipulative, and Tail.

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I was looking at something from back in 2016, my Rider of Ruin. They're supposed to be an elite knight force that ride upon the backs of wyverns.

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A female Rider of Ruin with a lance.

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Someone on Discord wanted me to show them how I draw, so I did. The smoke background was done by scribbling and then rubbing my thumb to blend the graphite into a smokey effect and then took an orange colored pencil to make a dot and then rapidly drag it upward to emulate the visual of falling embers.

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Decided to draw a Hellenic warrior with a bit more armor than usual.

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Wanted to draw a Roman gladiator because I love Thraex helms and wanted to work on musculature.

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Asked on Discord for what I should draw. Got a short list of Crocodile Rock, a lobster, cool crab, and an enemy from Warframe.

Cheers.


#489430 The LEGO T71 Detroit Arsenal Light Tank Project

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 21 May 2020 - 07:43 PM

Little vignette.
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#489428 The LEGO T71 Detroit Arsenal Light Tank Project

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 18 May 2020 - 08:08 PM

V4 version.

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Changes: Headlights, tail lights, rear tow pintle hitch, improved rear detailing, improved internal structuring, T-shaped muzzle brake akin to other American tanks of the era (for example M48 Patton).

V4 modernized. M71 Airborne Light Tank
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Changes: Additon of smoke dispensors (grenade launchers) on turret sides and an AN/VSS-1(A) infrared spotlight to right turret face. Infrared equipment had been mounted on tanks as early as 1944 with the first type being the German FG 1250 Sperber (Sparrow Hawk) infrared Nachtjager (night fighting) vision scope. It was mounted on a Panzerkampfwagen V Panther Ausfuhrung G. 

V4 extra punch.
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Changes: Addition of four AGM-22 Anti-Tank Guided Missiles to turret face. This is based on the French AMX-13/75 (SS.11) light tank which also had an oscillating turret and made during the same time as the T71 Detroit Arsenal Light Tank. The French SS.11 (SS=Sol-Sol=ground-to-ground) ATGM was an improved version of the SS.10 which was based on the German Ruhrstahl X-7 ATGM which was derived from the Ruhrstahl X-4, originally meant to use in aerial combat against other planes. SS.10, SS.11, and SS.12 ATGM's are manual control to line of sight (MCLOS) wire-guided ATGM's meaning that once fired, the gunner must control the missile with a joystick whilst the controls are given via the wire connecting the missile to the launcher and thus the controller. This targeting system required the tank be stationary as the gunner had to maintain line of sight on his target and guide the missile the entire way. The American AGM-22 is a license built copy of the French SS.11 ATGM and considering the AMX-13/75 (SS.11) was given four SS.11's was to give the aging chassis a longer and harder hit against more modern targets. The US probably would have done the same thing for their light tanks as well.
 
Cheers.




#489427 Poetry of a Wargear

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 18 May 2020 - 08:42 AM

Poem 306/CCCVI
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#489426 Star Wars: The Rise of """"Skywalker""""

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 17 May 2020 - 11:22 AM

https://www.youtube....h?v=xf9dIMx3aF0

 




#489425 Poetry of a Wargear

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 16 May 2020 - 11:32 PM

Poem 301/CCCI
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#489420 Poetry of a Wargear

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 14 May 2020 - 12:27 PM

Poem 296/CCXCVI
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#489410 The LEGO M6A1 (T1E1) Heavy Tank Project

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 08 May 2020 - 04:55 PM

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#489409 SSLF Spark Thread (Guest Starring Screenshots)

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 08 May 2020 - 02:13 PM

I can only run this game on medium which doesn't do it enough justice, but it's still beautiful.
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#489407 The Clone Wars Appreciation Thread

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 07 May 2020 - 11:09 PM

So, I watched seasons 5-7 in the last 3-4 days.
 
You know how it's all going to end, yet you hope against hope that the impossible occurs. You want them to solve the mystery, you want them to succeed, you want them to survive. But it's never meant to be. The future is already known, but how the present ties into that future is the unknown.
 
That only makes it that much more heartbreaking. To be so close, yet so far.

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For me, the Clone Troopers have been my favorite characters in Star Wars. The walking tragedy that is their existence, born to fight and die alongside their Jedi leaders that they came to know and regard friends, only to be forced to cut them down at a moment's notice without choice.

My favoritism of the Clones may be due to the fact that I'm training to be a soldier, an officer to be exact. Having had several leaders over me, such as team leader, squad leader, and cadre, I realize how important it is to be cared about not only by your leaders, but by your fellow soldiers. You're suffering together and that forges a strong bond that most people will never understand.
 
It's like Fives with that medical droid on Kamino, they're more than numbers. They have names, personalities, dreams, nightmares, hopes, fears, they are unique and singular. I've never cared much for the Jedi, it was always the Clones that I was drawn to. They remind me a lot of the veterans of the Vietnam War, not only because the LAAT/i gunships are essentially Huey's and employed as such, but because the Clones much like those who fought in Vietnam were looked down upon. Most who were in Vietnam were drafted and deeply divided on opinion to the war. The Clones never would have existed without the war and never asked if they wanted to fight, like those drafted to fight in 'Nam. Who wants to fight a war in which the home front is against you? That is the best way to defeat an enemy, to have them attacked by those back home through letters, music, protests, and news reels. To have your girlfriend, parents, siblings, best friends, and others to tear you apart in a letter or tape, something you were looking forward to. A little piece of home while you were slogging it out in the mud and rain in a foreign country surrounded by people who switch allegiance at the change of uniform only for that little piece of joy to turn into confusion, disbelief, anger, and conflict. The Clones realized that no one but the Jedi saw the differences in each and every one, to treat them more than government property and cannon fodder, yet to be haunted by a nightmare and then that nightmare to become a reality without a choice.
 
For me, this transfers over to military equipment such as anti-tank guns, planes, and tanks. People see the ordnance, and yes it is impressive, but no one ever thinks about those who crewed such. No one asks about that, no one cares about that. No thinks about the four men that bleed, sweat, and cried in that M3A1 Stuart light tank, no one cares about the four to six men needed to crew a M3 37mm anti-tank gun and all the times they had to take on tanks with nothing more than an inch of steel to protect them, or the 10 men within a B-17 Flying Fortress that were pretty helpless against strafing fighters and flak. 
 
I loved The Clone Wars not only because it helped flesh out existing characters and brought to pass amazing new ones, but gave the faceless, nameless, and dehumanized soldiers faces, names, and humanity. It put the war in Star Wars and something I'm probably going to rewatch soon.