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The Russians are here! My Russian camo vehicles mod is finished!

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Originally posted by Gordon:

RommL,

Well, I try to slightly vary the colors between vehicles to represent different age and weathering effects and so they don't look like they all rolled out of the factory on the same day.

Thank you for all this work. with regards to the colors I understand better. ;)

sharply that these be available in downloading. smile.gif

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Originally posted by John Kettler:

Gordon,

While I doubt I could mod a backpack, let alone a tank, I'd like to suggest that you find some images of steel tracked armor in the desert. Bet the treads won't be black! Disregard if this'll kill the poly count. Impressive work in any event!

Regards,

John Kettler

The tracks will be the last thing that I work on as part of the mod as I'll need to set up transparency on them.

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Gordon,

Didn't realize that the tracks hadn't been addressed yet and were still at default. Present treads, though, bring back some fond memories of early Tamiya 1/35th scale armor, which was motorized. Tracks were black rubber band type. Used to have an AMX-30 and an SU-100. Very much appreciate all your hard work!

Regards,

John Kettler

[ March 21, 2008, 01:08 AM: Message edited by: John Kettler ]

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I've learned from way back (that's CMBO for new commers) to expect nothing less than perfection from Gordon & Marco.

Outstanding as usual.

Can't wait to have them little pixels on my screen.

Now for old time sake, what grass MOD are you using in these screenies?

:D

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Originally posted by PawBroon:

I've learned from way back (that's CMBO for new commers) to expect nothing less than perfection from Gordon & Marco.

Outstanding as usual.

Can't wait to have them little pixels on my screen.

Now for old time sake, what grass MOD are you using in these screenies?

:D

PawBroon! Welcome back! Great to hear from you.

And I don't use ANY grass mods. :D

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Sorry for the long delay in posting an update. The combination of a family vacation, work, the start of my son's baseball season, and some issues with the T-62 models delayed completion of the T-62s. But I just finished all three, so it's on to the T-72s and then I'll be done (at least until the Marine module comes out) :D

Russian_T-62_Family_Portrait.jpg

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Agree, I would absolutely love to use this for my next campaign. Even posting the work so far for download would be awesomeness.

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OK, I've finally wrapped up the T-72s.

T72_preview.jpg

I've just got some packaging up to finalize and then the whole ball o' wax will get uploaded to CMMODS in the next day or two.

Oh, and just like all the good DVDs, there will be bonus material. :eek:

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It is finished.

My contemporary camouflaged Russian vehicles mod is now available on CMMODS.

Camo_Russian_Preview.jpg

And as a bonus, I've also created an "old school" plain Russian vehicles mod which is also available on CMMODs.

Plain_Russian_Preview.jpg

Sorry it took so long, enjoy.

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I really like the old ones too. They look genuinely weathered and 'lived-in', like they've seen better days. Maybe more suitable for some less developed nations' armies.

Lovely work. Thanks.

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