id like 2 c a better skin on the stuart, personally i love the tank, its great but the skin is kinda plain ,no offence, but id like 2 c a lil mer detail like ya did on everythin else, heres a link incase of refrence, im sure yall got a lot of em but a lil extra help never hurt no 1 http://www.tanks2go.com/United_States/USm-3.htm
The model of the stuart is bad and the skin is also so i think they are ging to make an another stuart...
Better soon then late, right.
Depends. If it is soon but sucks, no.
There are some tanks that just need a general overhaul of the model and skin, and they are:
-Sherman -T-34/76 -T-35/85 -Panzer IVH -Chi-Ha -Stuart -M10
Some of the simple changes: Remove cover from all APCs, the Priest, Wespe too. Add an MG34 to the fighting compartment of the Wespe
The panzer ivh is sh*t,its only an f2 with the cannon of the tiger,it needs to delete the vision ports from the sides of the turret and from the sides of the hull and the loaders vision port in the frontal armour of the turret,and additional armor needed to the frontal armor of the hull...
NagatoThe panzer ivh is sh*t,its only an f2 with the cannon of the tiger,it needs to delete the vision ports from the sides of the turret and from the sides of the hull and the loaders vision port in the frontal armour of the turret,and additional armor needed to the frontal armor of the hull...
I think calling the PzIV-H shit is rather harsh.
Germany didnt have a set all this model are G's and all this model are H's. Production overlapped greatly depending on available hulls and resources. About all you can say is by this date such and such hull feature or turret started appearing.
It was also very well documented that the Germans rebuilt and upgraded most of their armor vehicles as they came into the maintenance depots. It was not uncommon for early model PzIVD's and E's to be rebuilt as later models.
Thats why the details you point out are technically correct for a factory new PzIVH but to the soldier in the field it was just as common to see rebuilds as new tanks.
another link fer yall with soem pics http://www.ww2modelmaker.com/modelpages/MSm3a3.htm
I'd rather see the Stuart redone with the riveted or welded turet, not the horseshoe like what it is now, the riveted and welded turreted versions were used extensively with the british in North Africa.
Well, I think there are still a few models that have their old 0.5 skins.
Not all have been updated to the new FH standard but they will sooner or later...