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Tank Armor
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May 13, 2017 @ 7:17am
Feb 3 @ 7:02am
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Tank Armor

In 1 collection by Petrus1904
Tank skin packs
15 items
ever wanted to create an old school tank armored with stamped armor plates attached to the body with nails? well with this skinpack you can!

Also available in:
- Desert coating
- Green coating
- Slate coating
- Olive coating
- Black coating
- Red coating
- White coating
- Yellow coating

UPDATE 10-07-2017
Scaling block added, for the tankers who like to use scaling blocks (upscaling recommended).

UPDATE 30-08-2017
Metal blade added, especially designed as side armor plates. therefore only 3 nails on one side. nails have stretched by default as in most situations the blade is scaled down in the 'z' direction. at about a z-scale of 0.65 the nails are perfectly spherical

UPDATE 07-09-2017
Added the brace, round armor plate and new model for the cannon. brace is as usual only texture, round armor plate has been made round. cannon model has got a new modern look. removed the foot in order to make it look proper when used in tank emplacements (where usually the cannon is attached to a ballast outside the turret). also has a breach loading appearance.

UPDATE 13-09-2017
added wooden panel

UPDATE 08-07-2018

added flamethrower and improved the model and texture of the wooden panel.
Flamethrower model is as good as new, inspired on the Wechselapparat Flammenwerfer (also known as the "Wex"). As such, a man-held flamethrower. accessories like the handle bar and the ring in front could be removed in the future if they feel to much out of place.

UPDATE 25-08-2018
Added both variants of the propeller. with this, using this skin in planes is much cleaner.
All credits for the small propeller model and most of the large propeller model go to CCCanyon.

UPDATE 09-11-2018

Added the plow model. the model has a solid surface, intended for protection plates over the tracks. I also altered the cannon texture, now each coated variant has a coated mount of the cannon.

UPDATE 03-02-2019

Added the Ballast and the Grabber. especially the grabber could be used to build heavily armored aircraft or airships with.

- Large armorplate: remodeled armorplate with 5x3 nail pattern
- small armorplate: remodeled armorplate with 2x2 nails
- Scaling block: scaling block with nails in a 5x5 pattern. nails are smaller than the armorplates, to make them look better on really large scaling blocks.
- Metal blade: thick, but equal size to the original. 3x1 nail on one side
- Brace: just a fitting texture
- round armorplate: is round
- cannon: modern model but based on the same texture
- wooden panel: metal plate with 2 nails on one side
- Flamethrower: new, modern looking flamethrower
- propeller: mostly the same, but with a ring around the connection point. this ring has 1 nail on each side
- small propeller: only coated, model from the Aluminium packs made by CCCanyon
- plow: solid curved plate with 4 attachment nails on the frame
- Ballast: same as normal ballast, but without the stubs. shows traces of rust
- Grabber: represents an aircraft nosecone, but with nails on the outer ring

additional block suggestions are always welcome (also suggest how they should look).

Armor plates used in the FT-17 and the A7V.
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Shaw358™ Sep 7, 2018 @ 4:39pm 
But how did you manage to turn those wooden planks like that? Amazing
Petrus1904  [author] Sep 7, 2018 @ 3:51pm 
PerceptorPOTP Sep 7, 2018 @ 3:28pm 
you know where i can get that tank in the 4th thumbnail? thx
Petrus1904  [author] Sep 7, 2018 @ 1:27pm 
with level editor objects :D
Shaw358™ Sep 6, 2018 @ 2:19pm 
How did you make that map in the level editor mode?
PerceptorPOTP Mar 29, 2018 @ 12:52pm 
where can i get the tank in the 4th thumbnail
The Kid Next Door Jan 16, 2018 @ 9:53am 
Really cool thanks :)
Bogyrect Nov 22, 2017 @ 1:55pm 
Thanks man! Love the tank.
Petrus1904  [author] Nov 21, 2017 @ 10:54am 
well that is the only WW1 tank here, that is the Mark V made by me a long time ago: I must note this tank is not skinned with this skinpack as it is... well made far before this pack. I just used it since it looks awesome on it
Petrus1904  [author] Nov 21, 2017 @ 10:28am 
ehm.. which WW1 tank? in the thumbnail?