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Giganaut #41 Posted Jun 23 2011 - 14:50

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View PostDarno, on Jun 23 2011 - 13:38, said:

Oh my god...

It's... BEAUTIFUL.

And also, I have one more request, if you're not real busy.
Could you make a model of the Ultra-heavy O-I? I mean, 4 turrets must had been real bad ass like Maus.


i would need  4 side elevations to see what and how it looks like completely.

but for now, here, have some  T36 Behemoth V2
http://d.facdn.net/a...ost_process.jpg


did this for the lols, here are the list of changes:

120mm frontal guns to 150mm
2 more guns to front turret
extra side tracks on each side
rear turret armed with 152mm
equipped calllauilioiooupederpaherpderp (dunno who to spell it lol) to rear turret
2nd engine bay to rear of the tank.
raised the tracks and return wheels to hull top height
raised hull height (minor changes)

Dinbatu #42 Posted Jun 23 2011 - 16:32

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This much better than the KV-VI landbattleship.  XD

Kazunemaru #43 Posted Jun 23 2011 - 18:49

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Wow. Just wow.  Naval guns and a calliope rocket battery!

To help with the O-I (cause I'd like to see it too pretty please :P):

http://ww2drawings.j...0O-I/O-Ibis.htm

That is the heavier (140t) version of the Japanese O-I series.  Two front turrets, main center turret, and one rear turret.  Measurements of the tanks dimensions are on that page along with armament details.

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View PostKazunemaru, on Jun 23 2011 - 18:49, said:

Wow. Just wow.  Naval guns and a calliope rocket battery!

To help with the O-I (cause I'd like to see it too pretty please :P):

http://ww2drawings.j...0O-I/O-Ibis.htm

That is the heavier (140t) version of the Japanese O-I series.  Two front turrets, main center turret, and one rear turret.  Measurements of the tanks dimensions are on that page along with armament details.

any chance of a top view of the thing?

plus i think i'm not going to model the same exact thing that you would be requesting cause if i don't like some of the parts, i change it. and make it an "improvement" to the thing

Paingod556 #45 Posted Jun 24 2011 - 02:03

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First thing that came to mind.

http://www.youtube.c...FM4YdxM&t=5m10s

Of course, if it was added to the game, it would mean WG needs to add the Matsu DDE as a premium to counter it...

Kazunemaru #46 Posted Jun 24 2011 - 02:15

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Fine by me. The O-I series was sadly an outdated kind of design, so perhaps an updated/contemporary design change would be nice to see.  There were rumors that a model or prototype of the O-I was created and sent to Manchuria, don't think it was ever found.

Hopefully this'll help: http://japan.greyfalcon.us/O.htm

120t version - single foward turret, center turret, rear turret.
140t version - two foward mounted turrets, center turret, rear turret.

Kazunemaru #47 Posted Jun 24 2011 - 02:22

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Damn, I hate double posting, but here is a link to a model someone made for the O-I.

http://ilovewargamei...e_post2479.html

Giganaut #48 Posted Jun 24 2011 - 03:37

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i dont know why but i would pay a big price if the Devs implement this tank as a tier 11 to the game and i will be the sole owner and the only one that can own it XD

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yes, the Behemoth V3. probably the last and the final proposed development of the Behemoth series for this tank model.

list of changes:

raised the rear turret by 600mm
reenforced the base of the rear turret with a larger base
added 4 anti personnel Gatling guns
raised the Calliope by 650mm
introduced the "Spotter's tower" to rear turret, basically for sniper or close range anti tank duty
reworked side track armor skirts
added a wielded ladder onto turret and to side armor to assist personnel entrance

SgtShidner59 #49 Posted Jun 24 2011 - 06:31

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Gee-zus!!!!  :o thats amazing! i'd run after seeing that! God i want your skills. lol

Darno #50 Posted Jun 24 2011 - 07:25

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I guess if they add something like 'Boss' Battles, B-V3 would be a good candidate.

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View PostSgtShidner59, on Jun 24 2011 - 06:31, said:

Gee-zus!!!!  :o thats amazing! i'd run after seeing that! God i want your skills. lol


you could download Google Sketchup and start developing~ ;D

FreedomFighterEx #52 Posted Jun 24 2011 - 15:10

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when Dual aren't enough, gave the Tripple Cannon

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Giganaut #53 Posted Jun 24 2011 - 16:16

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View PostFreedomFighterEx, on Jun 24 2011 - 15:10, said:

when Dual aren't enough, gave the Tripple Cannon

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no such thing as overkill~

Giganaut #54 Posted Jun 25 2011 - 02:09

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ok, enough of the Behemoth, now moving on to the T36 GMC

T36 GMC E2

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yup, list of changes:

reworked frontal side armor
reduced the track width
increased side armor width
introduced the "gravestone" armor plate at the rear
completed the plate with an "exo skeloton" framing to support
extended the range finders


tell me what to add to this tank to make it more good? something logical and practical, fuel tanks are inside the tank already, no rivets needed, tank is cast hull

Giganaut #55 Posted Jun 25 2011 - 02:46

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SIZE COMPARISON TIME! 8D

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Kazunemaru #56 Posted Jun 25 2011 - 04:02

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T36 GMC E2 looks pretty good.  Only thing I think its missing are self defense weapons (machine guns).  Perhaps a maching gun mount like the hetzer? Among its features the hetzer mounted a remote control machine gun (to protect the crewmen), though in reloading the member of the crew would have to reveal himself.

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T36 GMC E2

After the Battle for Stalingrad, the Allies had captured a few German tanks, one of them were a Jagdpanzer IV in a good state.
The Americans took the tank, and started to develop a Tank Destroyer similar to the Jagdpanzer IV.

The result was something similar with a Hetzer's slopped armor and the Jagdpanzer's mobility. It also had a kind of exoskeleton for support, and a gravestone armor on the rear armor, which could effectively protect the rear armor.

President Roosevelt immediately ordered 100 tanks. But because of the German's King Tiger, the Americans started to focus on the 'Behemoth' B-V3, and because of that, there were only 5 T36 GMC E2 available, but today, no one had ever found a single piece of the tank. It is believed that the Americans had threw a pack of grenades inside on those Tank Destroyers to effectively destroy it, so the Germans couldn't capture it.

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View PostKazunemaru, on Jun 25 2011 - 04:02, said:

T36 GMC E2 looks pretty good.  Only thing I think its missing are self defense weapons (machine guns).  Perhaps a maching gun mount like the hetzer? Among its features the hetzer mounted a remote control machine gun (to protect the crewmen), though in reloading the member of the crew would have to reveal himself.


neat idea! adding

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View PostDarno, on Jun 25 2011 - 04:18, said:

T36 GMC E2

After the Battle for Stalingrad, the Allies had captured a few German tanks, one of them were a Jagdpanzer IV in a good state.
The Americans took the tank, and started to develop a Tank Destroyer similar to the Jagdpanzer IV.

The result was something similar with a Hetzer's slopped armor and the Jagdpanzer's mobility. It also had a kind of exoskeleton for support, and a gravestone armor on the rear side, which could effectively protect the vulnerable engine compartment.

President Roosevelt immediately ordered 100 tanks. But because of the German's King Tiger, the Americans started to focus on the 'Behemoth' B-V3, and because of that, there were only 5 T36 GMC E2 available, but today, no one had ever found a single piece of the tank. It is believed that the Americans had threw a pack of C4 inside on those Tank Destroyers, setting off the high explosive shells they scattered inside from the racks to effectively destroy it, so the Germans couldn't capture it.

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Giganaut #60 Posted Jun 25 2011 - 12:39

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The T38E3 GMC done,
yup,

list of changes:

renamed the tank designation to T38E3 GMC
rearmed with a 190mm gun
reworked Exo skeleton framing
added tank clutters on the sides
reworked top cupola placements
reworked Gravestone armor plate
added cupola .30 cal machineguns

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