Discussion in 'Civ3 - Unit Graphics' started by Delta_Strife, Dec 27, 2011.
Update: Something different a proposed 1928 design for a Italian BC. Preview Below:
Update: A new year a new navy. A first ever release for the Thai Navy and its a Thonburi Class Coastal Defence Ship. Preview Below:
Thailand is comming to war =) Excellent choice - I wasn't aware of any further Thai navy ships...??
Not in WWII but they do have a small "carrier" although no plans for them at the moment.
Ah - interesting - just checked up on that and they do indeed. Though it looks like a Principe de Asurias class it should be a pretty addition to your Civ3 fleet.
Yes, in the next version of CCM I take Wyrmshadow´s Principe de Asturias as the Chakri Naruebet.
My unit is dated. I can forward you my files to remake unless you have something better.
I did see a Sea Control Ship model on Google's warehouse. It's a flat deck, no ski jump.
I have one Wyrmshadow but it never hurts to have options.
Hi Delta Strife
Do you plan on doing LST’s and other transport ships?
Have thought about it just never got around to it.
Update: A few new ships for the German Navy. Type 1936A Mob and Type 1936C Destroyer. Also Type 1923, 1939, and 1940 Torpedo Boats! Preview Below:
Update: One Algérie Class Heavy Cruiser for the French.
One more time thank you very much for your great ships!
@Civinator: More ships to come!
Update: One proposed French Heavy Cruiser Saint Louis Class.
Thank you for this beautiful ship, which would be if built....
Indeed, thank you for these rare and beautiful gems!
These two heavy cruisers are prime examples of when the French started to get the warship looks so right, and also of your present skills as an unit artist.
Update: Have not forgotten about ships here is a pair of French Light Cruisers!
Great thanks Delta,
the French Navy starting to shape up really nice.
What's next from the Delta Shipyard ???
Ohh a few more WWII suprises. Gotta keep Ares busy never like him to think he has caught up.
You have definitely spoiled us all with all the great units!
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