M-5 Stuart Tank, Ww2, Cliff Cramp (2D)

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  09 September 2004
M-5 Stuart Tank, Ww2, Cliff Cramp (2D)



Title: M-5 Stuart Tank, Ww2
Name: Cliff Cramp
Country: United States
Software: Painter

This is a study from a model of an M-5 Stuart Light Tank, World War Two. The composition is my own. I often times use old plastic models as reference in order to create an illustration.
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  09 September 2004
very well done!
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  09 September 2004
Nice job
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  09 September 2004
Thumbs up

Yes, very well done, nice composition too. Although dramatic, are the weapons really necessary for a mounted tank crew?

Hope to see more.

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  09 September 2004
Thanks Bil, The guy on the oppisite side is an infantryman hitching a ride. He has his issue M-1, never caught without it. The tanker has a Thompson's, very common for a tank crew. Tanker's were often armed to the teeth, Browning Automatic Pistols, M-1 Carbines and or Thompson's.

Thanks for the kind words gang

Last edited by SideAche : 09 September 2004 at 04:19 AM.
 
  09 September 2004
i dont know if they necessary but i would not go off to war without a submachine gun pistol and some explosives... no matter where i am.

tank or not. well done sideache
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  09 September 2004
Hello
cool your painting, lighting on the tank is well seen, on the
other hand I do not like the war......
 
  09 September 2004
Tranchefeux : Thank you. This is a historical image depicting soldiers and a tank from World War Two. I was not trying to make it a commentary on the war today.

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