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American Artillery Collection
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This is my complete collection of American Artillery (sorry T1 Cunningham, you don't get to be included. Yes, I know you're in the Artillery folder, that's only because I haven't made an American Light folder yet. Quit whining.)
About this creation

The T57! My first actual artillery, it's a tier II American SPG.



The M7 Priest! Preach it, baby! It's a tier III American SPG.



The M37! This model's front armor is a step pyramid, unfortunately. It's a tier IV American SPG.



The M41! It looks like it's got three guns strapped together, but as alert commenter Tommy S pointed out, they're actually hydropneumatic recoil dampeners. Either way, this is a tier V American SPG.



The M44! Complete with weirdly colored exhaust pipes. It's a tier VI American SPG.



The M12, and my last model in a 1 stud=1 foot scale. From here on out, all models are in 2 studs=1 foot. This is a tier VII American SPG.



The M40! It's really big, because it's my first model in the 2 studs=1 foot scale. In other words, it's four times the size it normally would be (it makes sense, do the math.) This is a tier VIII American SPG.



The M55! With the absurd turret! It's a tier IX American SPG.



The T92! It's got a strangely modern-looking turret, and an absolutely gigantic gun. Seriously, look at that thing. It's not a tier X American SPG for nothing, you know.


So here it is! All my American Artillery, in one larger-than-life (but not really) package! Aren't you glad?
I did go to the trouble of re-rendering all of these. Surprisingly, the fastest render was the T92, which was the largest model. POV-RAY works in weird ways sometimes.

Enjoy!



Comments

 I made it 
  January 24, 2014
Quoting Alex Sonny This is amazing. The details are great, all the vehicles are very well made. I can't wait till you get to the hightier part of US tank destroyers, such as T28 Proto!
Thanks! I can't wait too, those higher tier big tank destroyers will be really fun to build.
 I like it 
  January 24, 2014
This is amazing. The details are great, all the vehicles are very well made. I can't wait till you get to the hightier part of US tank destroyers, such as T28 Proto!
 I made it 
  January 20, 2014
Quoting Tommy S. Great job on all of the artillery peices, the tubes on the M41 are for it's hydropneumatic recoil dampening system. You should build all of the tanks from the WoT logo and pov-ray a pic of all of them in LDD.
Thanks! And thanks for the info, I didn't know that. Making a lego WOT logo does sound fun... I'll probably try it at some point.
 I like it 
  January 20, 2014
Great job on all of the artillery peices, the tubes on the M41 are for it's hydropneumatic recoil dampening system. You should build all of the tanks from the WoT logo and pov-ray a pic of all of them in LDD.
 
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