Discussion in 'Civ3 - Unit Graphics' started by ripptide, Oct 12, 2004.
WW2 German heavy tank destroyer
Sd Kfz 186 JagdTiger
Thank you Sgt., I knew you are still working
Very good reinforcements for us, krauts
Heh you're welcome John, and no I havn't forgotten the others )
Very, very, very good!
So why didn't someone tell me Christmas was coming early this year?
Looks excellent, what a beast! Now we've got more WW2 units than you can poke a stick at.
Could you please do the Jagdpanther and the Elefant too?
Edit: With the same camo ofcourse! (i love that camo)!
Oh my God! You're like a WWII unit factory over here! Great job on all the units,
yep they're in the pipeline to be redone. But all ref's I have for the Elefant show it with a straight gray color scheme, don't think I've seen any with this cam
Lang lebe die Deutsche Panzerwaffe!
I think i've seen an Elefant with that camo somwhere... or at least with camo that looked very much like it
Edit:Have you done the Maus aswell?
I did find some, but only of models. Something like this?
I can't remember but I know one of the Wespe or Hummel are missing.....
Could you have a look at that. It would be a fine Self-Prop unit for the Germans... Just keep asking. I'm so sorry but your armor and planes are just soooo huuuuh fantastic to say the least.
Thanks for this one for sure.
As far as I know it would be the Hummel. I have a Wespe already done for SOE but slotted for re-doing
Might I request that the fire coming from the barrels are a little bigger? They kinda look "lame" ingame
Some color schemes:
I noticed I didn't find ANY grey version, only camoflaged ones. Could be because people might find them to be more attractive
Yeah they sure are more attractive than the grey ones!
The Wehrmacht used grey ("Panzergrau") camo only during the initial campaigns of WWII (Poland, France and Balkans). Later, they introduced the camo schemes everybody in here seems to like so much. That's why the later German tanks and tank destroyers (Panthers, Tigers, Elefants, Jagdpanthers, Jagdtigers) don't have grey...
Wow these forums have really exploded with WWII units, since I was last here ... two or three months ago ...
Only one word, Awesome! I go to war a a lot!
Here is some more information about camouflage on panzers:Panzer Colors 1934-1945
It seems that panzergrey was used a lot, but perhaps other patterns could add to the diversity?
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