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Panther 211 of I./Panzer-Regiment 4. The tanks were pictured in the streets of Rome in '43 and fought in the Liri Valley and the Anzio Landings in '44.

 

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Updated to fix minor glitches...

 

http://www.mediafire.com/file/ldbgegyfc4juvfm/Panther+1.Pz.Rgt+4+Italy+44+v5+&1.zip/file

 

 

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19 часов назад, E69_julian57 сказал:

Why are Soviet tanks confused here?  then the SU-152 will be confused with the ISU-152, then the KV-1s with the KV-1, then the T-34-85 with the T-34-76... You can see perfectly well that the sources do not correspond to the types of equipment that we have in the game...

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Hi @= 5GIAP = Eeafanas

We know, we adapt the skins to the models given by the game, that's what there
If you are concerned you can search for profiles of the models you want that correspond to the model in the game

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A bare metal, unpainted T34 with only some hastily applied red oxide is driven straight from the factory by the workers and into a desperate battle to halt the German invader. See battles for Kiev, Moscow, Stalingrad and siege of Leningrad for accounts.

 

Not surprisingly photos of this are very rare although I did come across one in a book which I now can't find. At Stalingrad and Leningrad T34 tanks were driven unpainted and without gun sights into battle by factory workers. Whether they fought in them or handed them over to soviet crews I'm not sure of. Not all Russian tanks had red oxide applied under the green paint which was frequently applied straight onto bare metal. I figured that in this case the red oxide helps to differentiate the T34 from the grey axis tanks.

 

(While searching for the photograph I came across a number of discussions about this topic. It appears that there is footage in the World at War series of an unpainted tank being driven from the tank factory in Stalingrad. This is probably where the photo was also taken. There is also the thinking that the bare metal would actually be rusty brown in colour which makes sense as it wasn't stainless steel afterall.)

 

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http://www.mediafire.com/file/9ev8dn82gaofenc/T34-76UVZ-43_+bare+metal.dds/file

 

I wasn't quite happy with the white star so I changed it.

 

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http://www.mediafire.com/file/h6piy6xtnquwwcc/T34-76UVZ-43_+bare+metal+v2.dds/file

 

 

For completeness here is a totally unpainted T34.

 

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http://www.mediafire.com/file/xv2ir1rolljo7h1/T34-76UVZ-43_metal+v4.dds/file

 

Taking into account the further information with regard to the steel rusting this is my final impression of what such a tank may have looked like.

 

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http://www.mediafire.com/file/k7u5ooa23vfu363/T34+Factory+unpainted.dds/file

 

I still wasn't 100% on this one so had one last go to get the bare metal rusted look. For me, looking at it in 3D, I now have what I was trying for. Doesn't look as good in a picture but I guess that's true for all. Looks a lot more metallic and rusty than suggested by the brownish green tone of the pic in the low setting sun.

 

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http://www.mediafire.com/file/honoj6ennpw949f/T34-76UVZ-43_+bare+metal+rust+v8.dds/file

 

 

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The Germans captured between 400-600 Soviet tanks on the Eastern Front and used them to make up the shortfall in their depleted forces. They would be repainted, had crosses applied on all sides and sometimes had a Nazi flag draped over their turrets.

 

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The picture of T34's leading the road column is of the 6th Panzer Division.

 

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http://www.mediafire.com/file/a2rnbzcjn1pke7y/T34-76UVZ-43_+captured+v3.dds/file

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                                  TIGER IN LENINGRAD

                                       502nd Heavy Panzer Battalion

 

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INFO: Nr.121

502nd Heavy Panzer Battalion

 

interessant !

https://weaponsandwarfare.com/2019/05/16/s-pz-abt-502-with-army-group-north/

 

 

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Soften Variante

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http://www.mediafire.com/file/iosnb26zzi9fzfr/%232M_TIGER_502nd_HPB.zip/file

 

 

 

 

 

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   FROSEN VERSION 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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FROSEN VERSION

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Royal Marines Armoured Support Group

"FOX"

 

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Sherman command tank "FOX", 2nd battery of the Royal Marines Armoured Support Group leading a troop of Centaur tanks, Normandy, 13th June 1944.

The markings on the RMASG Centaur and Sherman tanks were used for laying fire from landing craft to targets on the shore.

The tanks would be stationary on the landing craft and not intended to go ashore. However, due to the demand for more amour Montgomery ordered the tanks to land with the rest of the troops and the group continued further inland until its disbandment on D+14.

 

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DOWNLOAD HERE

 

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A very photographed Tiger of the 1St company sPzabt.503 first pictured in winter camo on January 1943 in Rostov-on-Don and then at the battle of Kursk in July 1943. From numerous photos online it is notable the number of times new whitewash is applied over the old. Also at Kursk the shell strike seen on the rhs of the turret and the amount of other stuff that has been knocked off like skirting and the box at the back of the turret that has been hastily replaced with one from a MkIII.

 

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http://www.mediafire.com/file/dfzxft45n1difjq/PzVIH1+abt.503+123+july1943+v9+green+kursk.zip/file

 

 

I reworked the camo a bit but there is no colour information available that I can find so just some guess work based on the period and other examples.

 

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http://www.mediafire.com/file/gak48y0kce38kgb/PzVIH1+abt.503+123+july1943+v13+kursk.dds/file

 

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Panzer VI 'Tiger' 312 (Fgst.Nr. 250235) from 3./s.Pz.Abt. 502 passes another 'Tiger' 32_ from an unknown unit, after replenishing its ammunition south of Lake Ladoga during the Third battle of Ladoga July 22 - August 31 1943.

 

The other photos were taken at the same location and time period.

Note the cartoon picture on the rhs of the Tiger of Moritz from "Max und Moritz" German children's book characters.

 

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http://www.mediafire.com/file/w2wb1yfkuwtbcwe/Tiger+312+Fgst_Nr.+250235+from+3.s.Pz.Abt.502+v2.dds/file

 

Some minor fixes and reworking of weathering.

 

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http://www.mediafire.com/file/nvki1tml0452yyd/Tiger+312+Fgst_Nr.+250235+from+3.s.Pz.Abt.502+v5.dds/file

 

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I am continuing to work on the skin as I don't find it quite interesting enough yet so I will recheck the number size. I think they need to be fatter for sure . The longer I work on it the more wear it is going to get though. I also noticed that the metal gun barrel is too bright and have darkened it to the same level of steel as the tracks. 🤭

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39 minutes ago, SR603-Flowbee said:

I am continuing to work on the skin as I don't find it quite interesting enough yet so I will recheck the number size. I think they need to be fatter for sure . The longer I work on it the more wear it is going to get though 🤭.

Its interesting I can assure you 👍, just improve the numbers, skin is great.

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Ok I reworked the numbers and checked the size against the photos and even made them very slightly larger than original. I had to repaint them as the ones in the photo are unique. I thought they might actually be red but after checking other photos I have I think they are black and have an outline. It is difficult as they all exhibit jpeg artifacts. I'm happy with them as they are now. I darkened the metal on the barrel which is better and played around a bit with weathering. I think it is finished now and hope you like it.

 

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http://www.mediafire.com/file/ydkepnty3kfr8kj/Tiger+312+Fgst_Nr.+250235+from+3.s.Pz.Abt.502+v14.dds/file

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FRENCH 2nd ARMORED DIVISION 1944/1945

 

The French 2nd Armored Division (French: 2e Division Blindée, 2e DB), commanded by General Philippe Leclerc, fought during the final phases of World War II in the Western Front. The division was formed around a core of units that had fought in the North African campaign, and re-organized into a light armored division in 1943. The division embarked in April 1944 and shipped to various ports in Britain. On 29 July 1944, bound for France, the division embarked at Southampton. During combat in 1944, the division liberated Paris, defeated a Panzer brigade during the armored clashes in Lorraine, forced the Saverne Gap and liberated Strasbourg. After taking part in the Battle of the Colmar Pocket, the division was moved west and assaulted the German-held Atlantic port of Royan, before recrossing France in April 1945 and participating in the final fighting in southern Germany, even going first into Hitler's "Eagle's Nest" (Americans captured the town below).

 

 

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https://www.mediafire.com/file/j7ejf4jngewg7w8/SKINS-SHERMAN-2EDB.7z/file

 

 

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https://www.mediafire.com/file/xrtwwwr2dip88hr/2E_DB_-_HIVER.7z/file

 

 

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Guys,

 

Ok we're releasing TC as Official this Friday the 20th. Sadly, I haven't had time to evaluate all these skins yet, but I will do so after the launch madness subsides and I can look at each one closer.

 

Thank you to all who made these and submitted them. I promise I will look more closely soon. First priority was get the core game ready. Many of these are really cool looking. 

 

Jason

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10 часов назад, Jason_Williams сказал:

Guys,

 

Ok we're releasing TC as Official this Friday the 20th. Sadly, I haven't had time to evaluate all these skins yet, but I will do so after the launch madness subsides and I can look at each one closer.

 

Thank you to all who made these and submitted them. I promise I will look more closely soon. First priority was get the core game ready. Many of these are really cool looking. 

 

Jason

I hope they won't add skins that were on the KV-1, but somehow magically moved to the KV-1c, since this is not historical

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12 hours ago, Jason_Williams said:

Ok we're releasing TC as Official this Friday the 20th.

Isn't release too much premature?
There are some bugs, for example:
 - crew is injured/killed and the tank is damaged upon hit a tent (or destroyed tent) when driving
 - crew is injured/killed and the tank is damaged upon hit a wooden flatbed when driving
 - lot of hidden obstacles causing tank damage, usually in the forests and/or edges between forests and meadows.

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Perhaps a bit premature . But people will stop asking about the release date :dash:

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Ok we're releasing TC as Official this Friday the 20th”.

 

Does this mean that Tank Skin Templates will be included?

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On 11/1/2020 at 7:34 PM, CCG_Pips said:

 

FRENCH 2nd ARMORED DIVISION 1944/1945

 

The French 2nd Armored Division (French: 2e Division Blindée, 2e DB), commanded by General Philippe Leclerc, fought during the final phases of World War II in the Western Front. The division was formed around a core of units that had fought in the North African campaign, and re-organized into a light armored division in 1943. The division embarked in April 1944 and shipped to various ports in Britain. On 29 July 1944, bound for France, the division embarked at Southampton. During combat in 1944, the division liberated Paris, defeated a Panzer brigade during the armored clashes in Lorraine, forced the Saverne Gap and liberated Strasbourg. After taking part in the Battle of the Colmar Pocket, the division was moved west and assaulted the German-held Atlantic port of Royan, before recrossing France in April 1945 and participating in the final fighting in southern Germany, even going first into Hitler's "Eagle's Nest" (Americans captured the town below).

 

 

sherman-2rca.jpg

 

cr3dquunh6ppaa3zg.jpg

 

https://www.mediafire.com/file/j7ejf4jngewg7w8/SKINS-SHERMAN-2EDB.7z/file

 

 

k875uyc7q91j7svzg.jpg

 

 

https://www.mediafire.com/file/xrtwwwr2dip88hr/2E_DB_-_HIVER.7z/file

 

 

My grandfather’s unit!!!!

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