Discussion in 'Civ3 - Unit Graphics' started by ripptide, Feb 10, 2005.
The version which used to be in the CF arsenal
oh! it's so cool! this is far the best version.
Thank you very much!
#1 in my book........or my unit library
An in-game preview would be nice.
This is so cool. Any chances for making a German Leo I?
Looks great as always. You seem to know a bit about the Canadian Forces (For all I know you may know a lot as well). I know this isn't the place for unit requests, have you made a Coyote Recon Vehicle yet? If you haven't do you have any plans to? From what I know (and that is not a lot), it is very effective at its job. Anyways, just wondering. Again great unit!
Thanks ripp, It seems, you are recently very active and diligent
I think that unit is completely new
I like your Mi-8 also
What is coming next from you? Maybe my still most wanted M3 Bradley euro/camo
thanks much all ) Do you mean the Leo 1A1 Ares?
sorry for missing the question oilfan, yep there are some more CF vehicles on the way. I've been building a Bison model for a while now to use for both an APC and the mortar version. The Coyote, Cougar, M113 TUA and Stryker (APC and MGS) are on the list but will probably be a while.
And I know I keep telling you this John, but hopefully soon )
its too huge- nicely done but too large compared to you M1 ... again its much smaller than the M1 in reality, around AMX 30/40 size
He ripp I also made an M-unit out of this unit. Just take the link in my sig
yep saw it. very nicely done )
I thought of the 1A4, but an 1A1 would be nice, too ;-)
Ripptide, I am really impressed with your work. I am new to this site and I am using most of your units - the Leopard looks really great. Firaxis should be ashamed of themselves. You and some other guys have really taken Civilization III to a whole new dimension, so they better come up with a really good CivIV.
Does anyone know if there is a C-17 (or A400M) unit out there I could download? It would be really great to be able to transport mechanised units (rather than just foot soldiers) using aircraft.
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