@anrew10

Andrew

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About
I mainly like to draw WWII era German, American, Japanese, and Russian; tanks,planes,boats, and concept vehicles (such as the p.1000 Ratte *it would have been the size of a literal house*) I also have a youtube account - anrew10 (link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxQi2O-NlDS-hnC-7dWY-Pw) I am also an ottaku
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April 05
Wall Posting
April 05
Andrew commented on this drawing.
"I didn't know i needed to see this until now"
April 05
Andrew commented on this drawing.
"the amount of detail and shading is amazing, even considering that its 500x500 just makes it more amazing "
April 05
Andrew commented on this drawing.
"Dear god that is almost photo realistic."
April 05
Andrew commented on this drawing.
"nice (looks similar to a T-34/76)"
April 04
Andrew commented on this drawing.
"real Ferdinand complete"
April 02
Ferdinand/elephant Tank destroyer
basically the idea behind this was a failed use of a failed prototype that was continually overworkeda superstructure placed on the hull of a VK45.01 (P) (porsche tiger) of which Porsche had made 90, before the contest took place. the drive train was under powered, so why not add more weight, sent them to the eastern front where there engines exploded from trying to climb a small hill, a considerable amount did survive, next they were upgraded with thicker armor and a hull mg (adding more weight but same under powered engine) (this is where the name was changed from Ferdinand to elephant). Then they were sent to the ITALIAN ALPS. not really the best place for behind the lines artillery like this, nor did the MOUNTAINOUS TERRAIN help. luckily 2 examples remain at this time, one pre modification in the Kubinka tank museum and one post modification in the Bovington tank museum.
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March 27
factorio yellow belt
a gif of a yellow conveyor belt from factorio
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March 13
Ju-87 Stuka dive bomber
the origin of that iconic nyyyyyoooooommmmm sound of planes descending at high speeds (specifically the ones fitted with the "Jericho trumpets" that made the sound) (also I've found conflicting information about the amount of blades on the propeller, blueprint had 2)
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Dilios @Alex6
I love it
March 13
March 08
Andrew commented on this drawing.
"I can see that, but its not that big of an error for me to want to fix it"
March 07
Andrew commented on this drawing.
"once I actually draw the Ferdinand tank destroyer it will have much more detail. "
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