Discussion in 'Armory & Military' started by colleader, Mar 12, 2007.
800 millimeters artillery effect charts
Other 800 millimeters artillery effect chart
At present completes here, basically completes the main bodystructure, but has very many details not to design, or designs has thequestion, asks everybody to put forward the proposal. Extremely thank!
Again comes a chart, has a look for everybody
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After the model spreads the color the effect
After the model spreads the color the effect II
After the model spreads the color the effect III
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The Dora gun probably wasn't painted in Dunkelgelb since the gun was deployed in 1942 when the standard paint finish was Panzergrau (a very dark grey). Dunkelgelb wasn't mandated until the early part of 1943.
Looking at the film of the rollout of the Dora gun on Google video it seems to be finished in a single dark colour.
That is an amazing construction!
Dora Image programme
Hi Can you please tell what programme you used to render those images of dora on the computer
We are use to be called Rsuper software to design Thank you the care!
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Thank you the information That colored effect chart is our test, We can defer to your opinion to revise the color of Dora,extremely thank!
I according to the k5 train artillery the material redesign chassis,
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We now at the same time are designing dora and K5. Extremely hoped everybody can give us more materials Thanks each! If various potential energy come China, certainly mustcontact with me I ask you to eat meal! Ha ha Kazak
Try searching the forum for "Leopold" - there was a build thread about the GPM model of the K5 a few months ago. That thread does have links to resources - mostly photos of the K5.
Edit - made it easy for you: http://www.cardmodels.net/forum/showthread.php?t=5342&highlight=Leopold
The colours on the GPM K5 are probably reasonable - it models one of the K5s used against the Anzio beachhead in Italy in 1944.
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