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Industrial Unit Graphics

Discussion in 'Civ2 - Scenario League' started by Arthedain, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. Tanelorn

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  2. Fairline

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    Fantastic! Really nice work T :goodjob:
     
  3. Patine

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    Absolutely awesome, Tanelorn!

    But where the @McMonkey honey badger unit you had made at his request? :p
     
  4. techumseh

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    Amazing. It just goes on and on. Fabulous work. Thank you for your contribution to our community! :clap:
     
  5. Tanelorn

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    Swiss, 1860 to late 19th c.

    Infantry, sharpshooter or carabinier & probably cadet.
    They almost came to blows with Prussia at one point.
     

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  6. Broken_Erika

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    More Steamships.
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  7. civ2units

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    Wow, many great unit graphics are posted. I would also like to contribute some of my modified unit files.
    They are all modifications from Fairlines units he posted some time ago. Beside the Civilwar era I also made modifications for the War of 1812 and added units for the American-Mexican War 1840s
    The last row from 1878 will represent units during the American-Indian Wars in the Wild West.

    The units from the Civilwar era will find their way into my scenario, maybe the other will be useful for some of you guys. Please feel free to use them as you wish.

     

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    A compilation of industrial units, mostly landships with some armored cars, steam chariots, aircraft and ships.
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  9. BC1871

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    A really impressive collection, but I'm curious what's the regimental crest you used for KY as a border state?
     
  10. Patine

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    I've seen it before, too. Sarsstock and Jim Panze used it in a few of their ACW scenarios, unfinished projects, and general random units, but I can't find it in Wikipedia or other easy to find (that is, without a lot of digging) Internet sources.
     
  11. BC1871

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    I think it's supposed to be the Great Seal of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. It's a little bit alt-historical, as the current Flag and Seal are from the early part of the 20th Century, but considering the size etc, I think it works well enough.

    A more historical solution would be using a 15 star flag, for KY by that's more for historical accuracy than function.
     
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    Qajar dynasty Persia infantry, 1807 to 1830:
     

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    Qajar Persia 1807-1848 Russo-Persian and Anglo-Persian wars. Qajar Persia 1850-1885.
     

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    @techumseh even more exotic-
    Qajar Persian zamburechki camel mounted artillery:
     

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    Cruise liners, armed trawlers, various steamboats and other ships....Boats are fun to make....
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    Lancia IZ Armored Car, Austin Armored Car Series II, Generic Armored Lunchbox, Generic Destroyerator Boot.
     
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    Found these on my HD. Did I ever post them here? Some WW1 fail-tanks plus an OK German interwar one.

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    Yay! It's the French Mobile Crematorium!
     
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    HMS Bellerophon, HMS Lion, HMS Formidable, HMS Astraea
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