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Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by Daimyo, Feb 25, 2008.
Looks like the test version is finished:
Promised shot next to my Jagdtiger
Awesome! I especially like the effect of the canvas!! Nice work!
Yes, that is very cool! Please let us know if it does become a kit one day!
Thanky you very much. I'm planning several more modifications on the same chassis, so stay tuned.
That those wheels and tracks are *paper* is especially amazing.
Stunnning work! BRAVO!
Thank you very much Art Decko.
A tank destroyer 7.5cm Pak 40/1 auf RSO (Sf) was produced on RSO chassis. The 3D version is finished. Don't pay attention to the gun itself, as it's only a decoration - there are already paper models of it released.
Work in progress. Gun is GPM PaK 40.
That is an AWESOME way to get more out of another kit.
Yeah, I kind of like the idea. Looks like it's finished, except for some minor details.
As in real life prototype of this model, the dropsides use a double hinge system and can be lowered to widen the fighting platform. The cabin covers of course can be opened or closed too.
I have several plastics versions of these models. Your finished art here easily rivals those! Outstanding work!
When and how do you plan to release these models?
Thanks OhioMike, I appreciate it.
sakrison, I'm not completely sure right now, I'll be able to say more, when the last version with square cabin is finished, which shouldn't take long. I'll start working on it this week.
Here's the cabin interior:
Hello again. Here is the finished 3ds max design of the last variant of my Steyr vehicles - RSO 01 with square cabin. I hope to make a paper version in short time.
Work in progress..
this is realy realy nice work
I'm having difficulty finding time to finish my project, but the end is very near. Only winter tracks and towing pintle left to be done. Here is the new more accurate engine, which I made after finding some better photos.
Your self propelled gun and boxy cab both came out so well, the details and working hinges are wonderful. You are a card modeling marvel!
Any plans to color these beauties, either in computer graphics or post-assembly paint?
One way or another they will be colored and available to public for building.