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Warmonger AFV Camo by Quesocito Warmonger AFV Camo by Quesocito
Armoured Fighting Vehicle based on the Soviet Tunguska AA tank. Modelled with Solidworks 2013 and rendered with it's own built in renderer PhotoView 360.
You will need to ZOOM in for detail,
as always. Download for mega boss resolution. Yeah I know there's some impractical stuff on the model but it looks cool..

The Warmonger was designed to combat the growing threat posed by the ever increasing number of UCAV's implemented on the battle field (specifically large flights of UCAV's). Shortly after the Warmonger's implementation, it was perceived that it was a very effective counter to all lightly armoured units, not only aircraft.

Armament:

2 x 6 Barrel 20 mm Gatling Guns
12 x 90 mm Multipurpose Missiles
1 x .50 cal Roof Mounted GPMG

Depicted here with the armoured cover's removed from the weapon systems.

Warmonger - "An individual who encourages, or advocates, aggression or warfare towards other nations or groups."

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:iconvomitbear:
I want to get crazy drunk and then drive one!

Awesome work!
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:iconlemmy-koopaling:
Lemmy-koopaling Nov 19, 2013  Student Digital Artist
At first I actually thought that it WAS a Tunguska. :XD:
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:iconmrjumpmanv4:
MrJumpManV4 Nov 15, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very nice work
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:iconquesocito:
Quesocito Nov 15, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks man
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Tank50us Nov 14, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
some recommendations for practical tank design...
Ammunition should be stored in armored canisters, and make use of linkless belts (an example of which can be seen on the GAU-8 Avenger when not installed on a Warthog), and the spent ammo is sent back into the drum. Doing this does three things:
1. increases rate of fire (which is vital for SPAAGs)
2. reduces the risk of jamming (because the ammo is protected from the environment)
3. protects the ammunition from enemy fire. Although this isn't an issue with smaller caliber weapons, you still don't want a near-hit from a 500lb bomb reducing your ammo count when enemy aircraft are circling like vultures.

beyond that, the design is pretty sound, I just recommend storing the ammo in armored cans rather then being exposed like it is.
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:iconquesocito:
Quesocito Nov 15, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thanks for the explanation man. always appreciate input. glad u liked the model :) i will include the link-less feed next time. i was just hard lazy. i did the link-less on 2 of my other guns, but this time i preferred to spend the time on the rest of the unit. oh and of course the armour coverings for the guns are removed (to show the detail) (like i said in the bio)
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Tank50us Nov 15, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
actually, the armor covering was for the ammo box, the guns can be exposed so they can vent excess heat
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fruckles Nov 14, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Anti infantry? what infantry lol

:onfire:

[The Darn Cat]
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:iconquesocito:
Quesocito Nov 14, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
haha no one said anything about infantry? :/ haha this if for blikking aircraft and light vehicles.. but sure u can blik infantry if u want.
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fruckles Nov 14, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I play a lot of Company of Heroes
whenever i use AAA vehicles, i only use them against infantry :p

:onfire:

[solo]
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