Allies capture the forward bunker! (Or Romhaller's Druzynik tank)

Thanks to Dale (Unit 186 ) for pointing out this tank on Flickr. As "Captain Unknown" was the first to point out, the front looks a lot like the window of an axis bunker from the FPS Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory. Hence the title.

Some of the really cool things about this are the nearly studless construction, the really cool half-brick-built tracks, and the bunker on the front. The use of tiles and curved slopes along with the occasional 1x1 round plate makes for a really clean riveted armor look. The tracks make really good use of the fact that old-style tank tracks can attach to the bottom of a 1xn plate or tile. And the bunker... Well, it's not really a bunker, but as a tank basically serves the same function as a bunker, only it moves, that's OK. The same purpose applies especially on this one, obviously, as it... has a bunker on the front. Well almost. Whatever. Bunker. Tank. Tanker. Bunk. I should shut up now.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

message from sideshow bob!

Splendid, wow!! that is marvelous. that is just what I need to take over the world>>>Ha..ha ha.ha.
Well done Romhaller person.

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