Caught in the open Sea by FurNoseOpen full image in new tab
LyleAryn 6:22PM | Wed, 30 September 2020
Very cool! I keep feeling tempted to buy Panzer Crew. Only, I wonder how well it would work if I converted it up to a G8M.
I've got a few things that I load of gen4 characters for, but... Hair meshes alone make it worthwhile to see what you can get working on a G8.
RodS 8:40PM | Wed, 30 September 2020
Very realistic and fantastic work on this historic scene that played out many times.
It's hard to think of anything more terrifying than being stuck inside one of those claustrophobic metal tubes with depth charges going of all around you. Brrrr........
A_Sunbeam 3:44AM | Thu, 01 October 2020
Great image. I've watched Das Boot quite a few times - an excellent film in every way.
jmattatall 9:09AM | Sat, 17 October 2020
love it, Das Boot left a lasting impression on me, it was a film that was so different at the time, Very few films could capture the intensity and feeling of being there like that one.
Richardphotos Online Now! 7:38PM | Mon, 26 October 2020
outstanding composition and the plane in the distance on a bomb run on the sub
Radar_rad-dude 1:28PM | Sun, 01 November 2020
Fantastic submarine scene! Great details and superb creation! Many fine praises from me!
UteBigSmile Online Now! 2:47PM | Sat, 07 November 2020
Amazing!!! 🌺 Your graphic could be a tribute to my father who was in the submarine fleet (in Larochelle) during the 2nd world war. Before the war he was in the merchant Navy (Wilhelmshaven) and after the war started he sailed on the Scharnhorst. Last assignment with Rommel calls Cairo, then 2 years as a prisoner of war in the USA (as a cotton picker in South Carolina) and came back well-fed to Germany in 1945.
FurNose 1:29AM | Sun, 08 November 2020
Wow, Ute! What a Story of your Dad! I’m glad he survived the war and hadn‘t to share the fate of so many soldiers (on both sides), who mostly lost their life in a unnecessary war! This reminds me of the phantastic wok and tribute of Pizzaundbier here in the Galleries. Though not German my self, I think that there are a lot of soldiers in the Nazi time, that where forced into that war and never ever would have chosen to do so by them self and nowadays are falsely accused of having been Nazis them self.
So please, Ute, understand my render as a kind of Tribute to your Dad (and all Sailors (who where mainly sons, husbands, fathers and brothers to somebody) who lost their life in the War!
BTW: I remember, as a Boy I once build a plastic kit of the Scharnhorst.
pixeluna 2:13AM | Thu, 26 November 2020
This is a very good tribute and background story, Alexander. I had been to two ships, the USS Cape Cod and USS Frank Cable. A great reason to see all these beautiful parts of the world during our WESPAC tours. Six months out of the main land but it's all great experiences!