Name: T1 Mundelein Heavy Tank
Armament: T1 3in/76.2mm L/12 Tank Gun, T1 0.3in MG x5
Armor: 3in/76.2mm to 2in/50.8mm
Weight: 35 tons
Crew Size: 9
Top Speed: 6MPH
Engine Strength: 2x 200HP
Description: The T1 Mundelein heavy tank was created as a response to the Barreau-Mason and Sturmschlachtross Typ-A "Schildkrote" superheavy tanks. Mounting a powerful long barrel 3in naval gun in the front to expose the thickest armor to the enemy while dueling. Five MG's allow for protection of the weaker sides and rear to enemy infantry. It shares common parts with the T1 Bristol light tank to ease logistics, maintenance, and costs.
Name: T1 3in Light Self-Propelled Howitzer
Armament: T1 3in/76.2mm Howitzer
Armor: 0.75in/19mm to 0.25in/6mm
Weight: 7.8 tons
Crew Size: 2
Top Speed: 5MPH
Engine Strength: 50HP
Description: The T1 3in Light Self-Propelled Howitzer was created as a response to the Barreau-Mason and Sturmschlachtross Typ-A "Schildkrote" superheavy tanks. Taking some T1 Bristol light tanks hulls and replaced the turret with a 3in howitzer in a fixed superstructure. In the back of the superstructure is a wireless radio to receive coordinates from units at the front lines to provide fire support.
The first variant of an arms race with fellow artists.
Name: T1A1 Bristol Light Tank
Armament: T1A1 1in/25.4mm L/36 Tank Gun
Armor: 1in/25.4mm to 0.25in/6mm
Weight: 7.65 tons
Crew Size: 2
Top Speed: 11MPH
Engine Strength: 115HP
Description: The T1 Bristol light tank was inferior to foreign designs and thus demanded an improvement. The turret was thickened with a larger gun mantlet and a bulge was added to the rear of the turret to house a wireless radio. The 1in gun was tripled in length to improve muzzle velocity. The hull was lengthened to house a more powerful engine. It was called the T1A1 Bristol light tank. The tank was designed primarily to counter RAN's new T-18 light tank.
The second variant of an arms race with fellow artists.
Name: T1 Valor Superheavy Tank
Armament: T1 3in/76.2mm L/12 Tank Gun, T1A1 1in/25.4mm L/36 Tank Gun x2, T1 0.3in MG x3
Armor: 4in/101.6mm to 2in/50.8mm
Weight: 130 tons
Crew Size: 8
Top Speed: 5MPH
Engine Strength: 2x 700HP
Description: The T1 Valor superheavy tank was created as a flagship vehicle for the Order of the Triumvirate. It is supposed to clash head-to-head with the new Barreau-Mason Mk. II 'Hellfire' and Sturmschlachtross Typ-A "Schildkrote" superheavy tanks. It mounts the same 3in naval gun as the T1 Mundelein HT but also sports two T1A1 1in L/36 tank guns from the new T1A1 Bristol's. Three MG's are scattered across the sides and rear to eliminate flanking enemy infantry. Like the T1A1 Bristol and it's artillery variant, the T1 Valor has a wireless radio to coordinate amongst other units. It shares common parts with the T1 Bristol light tank series and T1 Mundelein heavy tank to ease logistics, maintenance, and costs.
The third tank of an arms race with fellow artists.
WA-1K War Android
"It's eerie. They rarely speak, just stare. They just stare with that triangular eye. It's unnerving, the lack of blinking. Without faces, you can't tell what they plan to do. They just act." - Unknown Trinity Trooper
The Trinity Military has discovered immortality. A soldier has a Neural Interface Device or NID installed into their brain that records their memories and constantly uploads it to a server dedicated to that soldier. The memories and conscience of the Trooper is stored there and updated by the NID. Drop pods have a NID within and whenever a Trooper dies their body is regrown by stem cells stored within the drop pod and grown around the NID. The Trooper wakes up just before the pod hits the ground. Though this is truly a miraculous technology it does come with a dark side. The newly regrown brain and conscience can at times not even fathom the fact that it is alive once again when it very vividly remembers dying. This can lead to Post Traumatic Death Disorder or PTDD. PTDD leads to the Trooper going brain dead as the brain refuses to function even with a perfectly healthy new body. The worse the death or the higher the amount of deaths for a single conscience increases the chance of PTDD. Troopers that regenerate call the period between death and rebirth, 'The dance with Death'. It is just the Trooper and Death itself dancing. As the Trooper's numbers of deaths increases, Death becomes more beautiful, more alluring, more tempting to stay with them. It becomes harder and harder to overcome Death as time goes on. Eventually, all give into Death's warm embrace free of pain, violence, trauma, memories, survivor's guilt, etc.
So, this is a very experimental piece for me. I've never drawn people ballroom dancing or dancing even for that matter. I've never drawn a ballroom dress nor lace.
Please let me know what you think.