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Wraith Calling #41 Posted 24 November 2014 - 02:23 AM

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Hans and Rudy were tasked with upgrading a captured KV2..

Gold Chains, a new paint job, turret mounted speakers, chrome spinning wheels, and blue accent lighting complete the camo package!

 

 

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Wraith Calling #42 Posted 24 November 2014 - 02:40 AM

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Admins, I'm having getting the file size to look correct, It's within the specs, but looks huge!  I had to upload it to photobucket to get it to attach. Any help or suggestions?

 


 

 

xXFlam1ng N1nJa #43 Posted 24 November 2014 - 03:14 AM

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View PostWraith Calling, on 23 November 2014 - 06:40 PM, said:

Admins, I'm having getting the file size to look correct, It's within the specs, but looks huge!  I had to upload it to photobucket to get it to attach. Any help or suggestions?

 

 

 

Open your picture in paint and resize it smaller. Then re-upload it.



Templar Wyvern #44 Posted 24 November 2014 - 03:22 AM

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My drawing is the ideas I had for possible upgrades for the T-110E5.

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T-110E5-X M1958

Tier: X

Class: Heavy Tank

Conceptual upgrades drawn up by Chrysler in 1958 to reignite the Army's interest in the T-110 project. The project was divided into 4 separate drawings. Development was never started due to the cancellation of the T-110 project.

 

Prototype A

Like all variations of this project, the T-110E5-X M1958 Prototype A used the exhaust extraction box from the T-110E3 on an extended T-110E5 chassis and a new 970HP Continental engine. The turret has increased in size to house the larger caliber XM-111A 155mm AT cannon. The right side of the turret houses 3 SS.10 Wire Guided Missiles and an enhanced version of the OPTAR rangefinder mounted on the left. This variant was designed to combat heavier Soviet tank destroyers like the Object 263.

 

Prototype B

This variant keeps all the previous upgrades, including the mounted AT missiles, but houses a 130mm XM-15A Vulcan heavy tank gun manufactured by Rheinmetall in Germany. This variant also uses track fenders/side-skirts, previously used on the T-32. The 130mm cannon fires APCR and HEAT rounds. The Prototype B was designed to tackle newer Soviet heavy tanks like the IS-8 and IS-7.

 

Prototype C Self Propelled

The plans for this variant were only mentioned and never saw the drawing board. Documentation mentions mounting the 203mm M1 Howitzer onto the T-110E5 chassis in an armored casement.

 

Prototype "Shillelagh"

The final attempt at reviving the T-110 project. The blueprint only included the turret, due to the proposal to mount said turret on the Prototype B chassis. The "Shillelagh", drawn in 1967, would have fired the MGM-51 Shillelagh AT missile from the gun instead of regular ammunition. It was also to have externally mounted Anti-Aircraft machine guns on traversing mounts.

 

CAMO

The Prototype A uses "Mountaineer". Stripes of blue, green, brown, and gray used to emulate mountainous environments.

The Prototype B uses "Forest". Three-tone disruptive camo using blue, green, and brown.

The "Shillelagh" turret uses "Urbanized". Two-tone disruptive camo using grey and black. Made for urban environments and night time operations.

 

(The front and rear drawings are uncolored to prevent complications with my colored pencils. They're starting to run low.)


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Deathkeizer III #45 Posted 24 November 2014 - 03:29 AM

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View PostTemplar Wyvern, on 23 November 2014 - 09:22 PM, said:

My drawing is the ideas I had for possible upgrades for the T-110E5.

Spoiler

T-110E5-X M1958

Tier: X

Class: Heavy Tank

Conceptual upgrades drawn up by Chrysler in 1958 to reignite the Army's interest in the T-110 project. The project was divided into 4 separate drawings. Development was never started due to the cancellation of the T-110 project.

 

Prototype A

Like all variations of this project, the T-110E5-X M1958 Prototype A used the exhaust extraction box from the T-110E3 on an extended T-110E5 chassis and a new 970HP Continental engine. The turret has increased in size to house the larger caliber XM-111A 155mm AT cannon. The right side of the turret houses 3 SS.10 Wire Guided Missiles and an enhanced version of the OPTAR rangefinder mounted on the left. This variant was designed to combat heavier Soviet tank destroyers like the Object 263.

 

Prototype B

This variant keeps all the previous upgrades, including the mounted AT missiles, but houses a 130mm XM-15A Vulcan heavy tank gun manufactured by Rheinmetall in Germany. This variant also uses track fenders/side-skirts, previously used on the T-32. The 130mm cannon fires APCR and HEAT rounds. The Prototype B was designed to tackle newer Soviet heavy tanks like the IS-8 and IS-7.

 

Prototype C Self Propelled

The plans for this variant were only mentioned and never saw the drawing board. Documentation mentions mounting the 203mm M1 Howitzer onto the T-110E5 chassis in an armored casement.

 

Prototype "Shillelagh"

The final attempt at reviving the T-110 project. The blueprint only included the turret, due to the proposal to mount said turret on the Prototype B chassis. The "Shillelagh", drawn in 1967, would have fired the MGM-51 Shillelagh AT missile from the gun instead of regular ammunition. It was also to have externally mounted Anti-Aircraft machine guns on traversing mounts.

 

CAMO

The Prototype A uses "Mountaineer". Stripes of blue, green, brown, and gray used to emulate mountainous environments.

The Prototype B uses "Forest". Three-tone disruptive camo using blue, green, and brown.

The "Shillelagh" turret uses "Urbanized". Two-tone disruptive camo using grey and black. Made for urban environments and night time operations.

 

(The front and rear drawings are uncolored to prevent complications with my colored pencils. They're starting to run low.)

 

Excellent concept art:great:

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Templar Wyvern #46 Posted 24 November 2014 - 03:40 AM

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View PostDeathkeizer III, on 23 November 2014 - 10:29 PM, said:

 

Excellent concept art:great:

 

Thanks. I made something like this for like 6 different tanks, but decided on the T-110E5.

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BlazinWeedies #47 Posted 24 November 2014 - 03:41 AM

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Well here is my toss in. Its a Ram, complete with 17 pounder, secondary 20 mm auto turret (for those pesky lights), twin turbo chargers. As well as espresso/coffee maker, and a water heating line! For those times you just need a HOT SHOWER! with an armoured, enclosed,shower shall that fold up over the rear compartment. hopefully I will have some luck finally. little bit of Stripes for break up. lol.

 

*edit: I reread the rules, so I re-formatted...

 


Edited by BlazinWeedies, 30 November 2014 - 01:56 AM.


Templar Wyvern #48 Posted 24 November 2014 - 03:50 AM

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View PostBlazinWeedies, on 23 November 2014 - 10:41 PM, said:

Well here is my toss in. Its a Ram, complete with 17 pounder, secondary 20 mm auto turret (for those pesky lights), twin turbo chargers. As well as espresso/coffee maker, and a water heating line! For those times you just need a HOT SHOWER! with an armoured, enclosed,shower shall that fold up over the rear compartment. hopefully I will have some luck finally. lol.

 

sry its so small, I couldnt get it compress enough to upload.. :S

 

Nice.

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SM Scorx #49 Posted 24 November 2014 - 04:08 AM

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The Black Jack Super Pershing Tank Destroyer.

I added a camo net & the Jack of Spades Emblem (actually add that to the game, please) for aesthetics.

It has a reinforced hull that covers the exposed areas of the Super Pershing & extended firing range of 500 meters with an improvised 155 mm AT Gun T7E2.


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TheCenturion05 #50 Posted 24 November 2014 - 01:41 PM

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Tired of a slow T95...just add the jet engine attachment. Adds 60k/h to your speed for a short time. 

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Warning: Prolong usage could result in self-destruction. :ohmy:



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Im torn between posting the design that I think has the most potential to win and the one thats my favorite. My conscience is telling me to post my favorite. (I have about five I want to post) 

 

 

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View PostSTLxSTANG, on 24 November 2014 - 03:16 PM, said:

Im torn between posting the design that I think has the most potential to win and the one thats my favorite. My conscience is telling me to post my favorite. (I have about five I want to post) 

 

Due to the fact that I have an entry in this I'll say go with your favorite.  :smile:


 


PDG Saime #53 Posted 24 November 2014 - 05:07 PM

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Spartan Assalt Tank :child:

 


Edited by Mr Saime, 24 November 2014 - 05:23 PM.


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View PostVorg SS, on 22 November 2014 - 04:50 PM, said:

I upgraded the Hellcat by giving it the KV-2 turret. The tank is painted red with the blood of my enemies. The scratch marks on the side of the turret keep track of the tank's kills. A sword is fastened to the outside for those VERY close encounters. Interior modifications include padded chairs and a fully stocked mini-bar.

 

 

Dang, I was working on putting a KV2 turret on an ELC AMX chassis. Good post. Back to the drawing board for me.

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dtproof151 #55 Posted 24 November 2014 - 05:27 PM

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Grassland-Landscape-Wallpaper.jpgCan you spot my Tachion-Gaussian Cloaking Device Equipped T-54. No. Too bad, you're dead.

 


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View Postdtproof151, on 24 November 2014 - 05:27 PM, said:

 

Grassland-Landscape-Wallpaper.jpgCan you spot my Tachion-Gaussian Cloaking Device Equipped T-54. No. Too bad, you're dead.

 

 

I see you.  Everyone knows that Tachion-Gaussian Cloaking Devices emit Tachion waves.  With my Tachion Geo-Location device there is no hiding.

 


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View PostSpartacusDiablo, on 24 November 2014 - 03:58 PM, said:

 

I see you.  Everyone knows that Tachion-Gaussian Cloaking Devices emit Tachion waves.  With my Tachion Geo-Location device there is no hiding.

 

Damn your Super Patton! :teethhappy:

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View Postdtproof151, on 24 November 2014 - 09:04 PM, said:

 

Damn your Super Patton! :teethhappy:

 

That was great.  Thanks Man.  

 


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TOG II* The Original Party Tank

by TangoLit

 

 

See the TOG II* in it’s natural environment; TOG is among beloved friends trundling along as the first and only true Party Tank.  But with TOG there is always so much more that could be added to TOG’s greatness, so I’ve made a few of the first upgrades to get things rolling… and rolling.

 

  • First, and perhaps most noticeable, the top deck is now a dance floor complete with lighting and a gargantuan Disco ball fit for the king that is TOG.
  • Every dance floor needs a guest DJ, so please welcome Russian guest DJ: Scratgt Recordz.  Yes, the Russian WG cats are everywhere and the party TOG is no exception.
  • To hold all that great DJ equipment (and a refreshment refrigerator of course), I requisitioned the crew platform from the rear of a Centurion 7/1 turret (TOG’s awesome cousin) and mounted it on the rear of TOG (it’s OK… TOG is used to having a big butt).  Only the best of Britain for TOG.
  • Speaking of Britain’s best, there is TOG!  And how better to ring in every grand moment that is TOG?  That’s right: a Union Jack wrap.  Why hide TOG when Britain’s finest deserves to be a draped in Britain’s glory!
  • TOG’s front now sports one of the finest achievements in TOGery: the woven Bacon net.  Yes, it is real bacon.  It is the stronkest of stronk armor, but it also serves to make TOG more noticeable and delicious.  That’s right, TOG does not need camouflage.  Instead, TOG uses the woven Bacon net to irresistibly draw it’s enemies to it, ever closer and ever in a Bacon induced daze.  There is more to it’s Bacon sorcery, but the fat kid will lap TOG before I could finish the story.  After all, all things TOG are too long.
  • Of course, every one of TOG’s lengthy journeys deserves glorious celebration, so you’ll now find confetti blasters on the sides of the turret.  Rage on TOG.
  • And now, please join me in celebrating the crowning and immense achievement in the first wave of TOG upgrades:  TOG is now officially approved by Chuck Norris, and proudly wears his seal of approval on the turret.  It’s been a long time coming little fella… congratulations TOG!

 

So there you have it:  a spinning Disco ball, dancing, a spinning feline WG DJ, glorious Union Jack wrap, the new and mysterious woven bacon net, confetti and another sad Chuck Norris joke.  What more could you ask of TOG!?!  …yea, I know.  The hot tub and side-mounted pub & grill comes out in the next version.  Stay tuned!


 

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