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T110E3 - Funky Sloping
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The T110E3 was a paper tank, and by that I mean it only existed in concepts. This model is based on Wargaming's model, which is not completely faithful to the original design concepts.
About this creation

A view of the lovely engine deck of the T110E3.


Some pretty tricolor camo.


The T110E3 is going back to a pure white camo that I haven't used in a couple of models, partly because I was lazy and didn't add a green pattern to this one and I thought it would look cool.


My goodness, it has been a very long time.

Sorry for the wait for this model, I've had final exams going on and thus not much time for MOCing. But now it's summer, so hopefully I can finish the T110E4 quickly and get right into the next tank tree.

EDIT:: SEE T110E4 FOR NEWEST VOTING INFO!

So, voting! If you would like to see a more detailed description of the voting apparatus, visit my T30 model, in the American tank destroyers folder. There, I go rather in depth about the voting system. For now, here's a brief summary for those who haven't seen that one:
Basically, you guys (the MOCers) are voting on which line of vehicles from World of Tanks I'm going to build next. If you'd like to get a good grasp of what types of vehicles are in each line, I'll list some of the vehicles in each one and you can use the fantastic resource of the Google to get an idea of the types of vehicles you're voting for. Each line will be ten tanks long, and will begin with smaller models and progress to larger ones as I build.

Here are the tank lines you're voting on:
British Medium Tanks (Cromwell, Comet) 10 votes
British Tank Destroyers (Alecto, AT-2) 0 votes
French Tank Destroyers (AMX 50 Foch, Somua SAU 40) 3 votes
Russian SPG Line (SU-5, SU-14) 0 votes
Russian TD Line (SU-76, SU-122-54) 5 votes
German Heavy Line 1 (Pz. II, E 100) 6 votes
German Heavy Line 2 (Maus) 0 votes

You get up to five votes. No more. You may vote less than that many times, if you like. You may cast a vote in one of two ways:
1) Cast a single vote in the comments of each of the five following models:
T28 Prototype
T95
T30
T110E3
T110E4 (as of the time of writing, this model is not a thing yet so don't go looking for it.)
Or, if this is the first model you've found out of the five and you want to make a full contribution RIGHT NOW, you may try for option 2), which is to cast all five of your votes now and save the time. If you've already voted a couple times in earlier models, casting your remaining votes now would be a viable option 3). If you really want to shake things up, you could vote for two different things, eg. 2 votes for Russian SPGs and two for French TDs, and one for the second German heavy line because it looks a little sad.

Whew! Okay, that was far from brief. I'm feeling rather long-fingered today (get it? Long fingered/long winded? Gods, I'm terrible. :3) Anyhoo, favorite the model! Don't forget to vote, every little bit counts! Even half a vote for the British tank destroyers! If you voted for something and you think I might have forgotten to count it, say so and I can double check. I've got a lot of comments to sort through, so sorry if I missed anything.

Until next time, amigos.

-Cade



Comments

 I like it 
  June 12, 2014
That is some funky sloping! I cast another vote for the French TD line.
 I like it 
  June 9, 2014
Great work! The modelling and details are excellent. Nicely done!
 I like it 
  June 9, 2014
Looks amazing!
 I made it 
  June 9, 2014
Quoting jack kenyon This is clearly your best build, in terms of techniques and detail. I have one comment though. Although the camouflage worked well here, I think that you should be careful in hastily applying it to some o your excellent builds. Because the underlying brick structure doesn't have the pattern, simply recoloring the blocks gives a messy and unrealistic pattern (sides of your T95) If you lack the time to meticulously build the camo patterns into the bricks, then it might be better to leave the creations in their base colour. I prefer all your vehicles in their US- Green livery. Hope you take my advice the right way, and my vote is British Mediums. I am English, so Rule Britannia!
Thank you! I'll keep this in mind as I work on the T110E4, and I might go back and rework some older models (like the T95 you mentioned) and try and make their camo look prettier if I find the time. Thanks for the vote and the constructive criticism, those things are always welcome here!
 I like it 
  June 9, 2014
jack said everything that needed to be said really, definitely a best in terms of sloping and technique.
 I like it 
  June 9, 2014
Fantastic. Excellent shaping on the body.
 I like it 
  June 9, 2014
This is clearly your best build, in terms of techniques and detail. I have one comment though. Although the camouflage worked well here, I think that you should be careful in hastily applying it to some o your excellent builds. Because the underlying brick structure doesn't have the pattern, simply recoloring the blocks gives a messy and unrealistic pattern (sides of your T95) If you lack the time to meticulously build the camo patterns into the bricks, then it might be better to leave the creations in their base colour. I prefer all your vehicles in their US- Green livery. Hope you take my advice the right way, and my vote is British Mediums. I am English, so Rule Britannia!
 I like it 
  June 9, 2014
Great job! I love the shaping of the hull and the turret on this one, and its sheer size is awesome.
 I like it 
  June 9, 2014
all 5 of my votes on E-100 baby woot!
 I like it 
  June 8, 2014
great job with the shaping of the armor
 I like it 
  June 8, 2014
Hey there Cade! Great job again, quite recognizable. Perhaps it looks a bit 'squished', as in a little narrow... Or was it just the photo angle? Whatever, the sloping of that armour is incredible anyway! That said, I will do the predictable thing and throw in my vote for the British mediums. Centurion 7/1 all the way!! See you with the E4!
 
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