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Re: Valiant's Tank Shop [Updated 2016/07/30]

Postby AnnoyedZebra » Sun Jul 31, 2016 11:29 am

Tzan wrote:Nice looking terrain in the last picture.

I believe he has shown it before
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Re: Valiant's Tank Shop [Updated 2016/07/30]

Postby Tzan » Sun Jul 31, 2016 11:35 am

AnnoyedZebra wrote:
Tzan wrote:Nice looking terrain in the last picture.

I believe he has shown it before

I believe this is the first time I've commented on it.
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Re: Valiant's Tank Shop [Updated 2016/07/30]

Postby AnnoyedZebra » Sun Jul 31, 2016 11:38 am

Tzan wrote:
AnnoyedZebra wrote:
Tzan wrote:Nice looking terrain in the last picture.

I believe he has shown it before

I believe this is the first time I've commented on it.

I believe that is a reasonable point
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Re: Valiant's Tank Shop [Updated 2016/07/30]

Postby Valiant » Mon Aug 01, 2016 3:49 am

Took some fresh photos over the weekend :D (The others are in the Leopard 2 Tank Thread)
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Re: Valiant's Tank Shop [Updated 2016/08/01]

Postby TastySkippy123 » Mon Aug 01, 2016 4:12 am

Outdoor photos are the best. This looks really cool.
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Re: Valiant's Tank Shop [Updated 2016/08/01]

Postby Valiant » Mon Aug 01, 2016 4:19 am

TastySkippy123 wrote:Outdoor photos are the best. This looks really cool.

I entirely agree with you - photographs taken in the outdoors have a gritty realism that one can't easily reproduce in a controlled environment.
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Re: Valiant's Tank Shop [Updated 2016/08/01]

Postby AnnoyedZebra » Mon Aug 01, 2016 4:21 am

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TastySkippy123 wrote:Outdoor photos are the best. This looks really cool.

I entirely agree with you - photographs taken in the outdoors have a gritty realism that one can't easily reproduce in a controlled environment.

And the lighting comes out better.
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Re: Valiant's Tank Shop [Updated 2016/08/01]

Postby Valiant » Mon Aug 01, 2016 4:23 am

AnnoyedZebra wrote:
Valiant wrote:
TastySkippy123 wrote:Outdoor photos are the best. This looks really cool.

I entirely agree with you - photographs taken in the outdoors have a gritty realism that one can't easily reproduce in a controlled environment.

And the lighting comes out better.

That's for certain :D
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Re: Valiant's Tank Shop [Updated 2016/08/01]

Postby AnnoyedZebra » Mon Aug 01, 2016 4:28 am

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AnnoyedZebra wrote:
Valiant wrote:
TastySkippy123 wrote:Outdoor photos are the best. This looks really cool.

I entirely agree with you - photographs taken in the outdoors have a gritty realism that one can't easily reproduce in a controlled environment.

And the lighting comes out better.

That's for certain :D

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It's hated by most soldiers on account of the fact that it's a death trap.

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The tank is used as a way the militia that supports most Shikinami Soviet Socialist Republic soldiers to the front. The militia is formed by outlying villages that are mostly free from conscription until the army marches through them and takes them as cannon fodder. Because the SSSR is low on arms, the militia are equipped with all manner of weaponry.
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Re: Valiant's Tank Shop [Updated 2016/08/01]

Postby TastySkippy123 » Mon Aug 01, 2016 4:53 am

I actually hosted my email battle, Storm On The Horizon outside. Well, on the second story of a house with no front wall, that is.
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Re: Valiant's Tank Shop [Updated 2016/08/01]

Postby AnnoyedZebra » Mon Aug 01, 2016 5:06 am

Interesting
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Re: Valiant's Tank Shop [Updated 2016/08/01]

Postby Silverdream » Mon Aug 01, 2016 6:57 am

Honestly, I think it's a bit ugly. The way that it curves down in the front instead of going straight makes it appear as though there's no engine. The side angles also look awkward, as if there's nothing in it. It's thin and bulky in all the wrong places.

That being said, the building technique applied here is very advanced, especially with the suspension. I think with a few minor cosmetic changes it could look really great.
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Re: Valiant's Tank Shop [Updated 2016/08/01]

Postby Legomc » Mon Aug 01, 2016 7:12 am

Silverdream wrote:Honestly, I think it's a bit ugly. The way that it curves down in the front instead of going straight makes it appear as though there's no engine. The side angles also look awkward, as if there's nothing in it. It's thin and bulky in all the wrong places.

That being said, the building technique applied here is very advanced, especially with the suspension. I think with a few minor cosmetic changes it could look really great.

I agree, especially because of the realism that your other creations posses. This seem out of place in your collection.
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XxXTheEdgiestMemeXxX wrote:>I believe Concave Dolphin is a very balanced and well-rounded team. However, Concave Dolphin could benefit from a healer and a tank. :tiger:


If you mean Concave Dolphin could benefit from being run over by a tank, I think they already have.
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Re: Valiant's Tank Shop [Updated 2016/08/01]

Postby AnnoyedZebra » Mon Aug 01, 2016 7:15 am

Silverdream wrote:Honestly, I think it's a bit ugly. The way that it curves down in the front instead of going straight makes it appear as though there's no engine. The side angles also look awkward, as if there's nothing in it. It's thin and bulky in all the wrong places.

That being said, the building technique applied here is very advanced, especially with the suspension. I think with a few minor cosmetic changes it could look really great.

I quite like it, but from that angle it appears to have no engine.
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Re: Valiant's Tank Shop [Updated 2016/07/30]

Postby stubby » Mon Aug 01, 2016 10:44 am

Valiant wrote:Took some fresh photos over the weekend :D (The others are in the Leopard 2 Tank Thread)
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