World of Tanks models: Britain

So here’s the British tank thread.

SD Centurion marks 1-3: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=733762019

FV214 Conqueror Mk 2: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=876182417

FV215 Heavy Gun Tank: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=874932123


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The SD Centurion marks ragdolls from World of Tanks.

Contains Girls und Panzer skin: SD Centurion MK 1 Selection

Please report any bugs you find

Thanks to Prof.Heavy for the t-54 ragdoll used in the picture.

Credits:
Wargaming for World of Tanks
ShadowHunterRus for the plugin
Nem for VTFEdit

Thought you’d never see this thread again huh?

Ragdolls of the HD FV215 as it appear in World of Tanks.

Turret and main gun are ragdolled. The various hatches on the tank are rigged and can be moved with a bone tool. Chassis, turret and gun are bodygrouped. Wheels are rigged and can be moved. There is an extra version with a ragdolled AA machinegun.

Major thanks to fastestclassic from the WoT forums for the green textures.

Here’s the link to fastestclassic’s work for those interested:

Thanks to Damik for the IS-3 model.

FV215 Heavy Gun Tank

A specialized anti-tank vehicle developed from the FV214 Conqueror and meant to counter heavy Soviet armor such as the IS-3. As the 120mm L1 gun was deemed insufficient for dealing with the frontal armor of the IS-3, a new anti-tank vehicle was designed mounting the enormous 183mm L4 gun, itself developed from a WW1 howitzer. Due to the size and the weight of the gun, the turret was moved to the rear of the vehicle. While this turret possessed a 360 degree traverse, it was only feasible to fire the gun from the front due to the immense recoil energy produced. The vehicle carried a total of 16 HESH rounds for the gun, which during testing had been capable of ripping off a Centurion turret with a single shot, and splitting a Conqueror mantle in half with another. The colossal destructive power of this gun made it capable of obliterating even the heaviest armor of the time with ease, while also allowing the vehicle to act as artillery if necessary.
However, the development of lighter ATGM systems made the need for such an enormous vehicle void, and the project was cancelled with only a wooden mockup built.

Name: FV215 Heavy Gun Tank
Manufacturer: Vickers-Armstrong
Armament: 1x QF 183mm L4 tank gun , 1x 12.7mm M2HB anti-aircraft machine gun, 1x 7.92mm machine gun
Class: Heavy tank destroyer SPG
Role: tank destroyer, artillery
Weight: ~65 tons
Engine: Meteor Mk. 12
Speed: 31 km road
Crew: 5
Suspension: Hortsmann Suspension
Time of production: Produced between 1956 and 1957
Volume of production: Total of 1 full scale wooden mockup produced

Please report any bugs you find.

Credits:
Wargaming for World of Tanks
WOT model viewer team for the extractor
Professor Heavy for the measurements
Nem for VTFEdit
Trek for figuring out the textures

Ragdolls of the HD FV214 Conqueror Mk 2 as it appear in World of Tanks.

Turret and main gun are ragdolled. The various hatches on the tank are rigged and can be moved with a bone tool. Chassis, turret and gun are bodygrouped. Wheels are rigged and can be moved.

Major thanks to fastestclassic from the WoT forums for the green textures.

Here’s the link to fastestclassic’s work for those interested:

FV214 Conqueror Mk 2

A heavy tank developed from the Centurion through the Caernarvon prototype, the Conqueror was designed to provide long range anti-tank support to the Centurion vehicles, mounting a large 120mm gun compared to the smaller 76mm and 84mm guns used by the Centurion variants. It featured very heavy armor, which made it quite heavy and slow, akin to the old Churchill tanks, but did not present much of an issue due to it’s role as long range support and excellent terrain handling. The introduction of the 105mm L7 gun from the Centurion Mk 7 onwards made the Conqueror obsolete however, and the vehicle was retired from service in 1966 to pave way to the Chieftain

Name: FV214 Conqueror
Manufacturer: Royal Ordance Factory
Armament: 1x 120mm L1 tank gun, 2x 7.92mm Browning M1919 machine guns
Class: Heavy tank
Role: long range fire support, anti-tank
Weight: ~64 tons
Engine: Rolls-Royce Meteor M120
Speed: 35 km road
Crew: 4
Suspension: Hortsmann Suspension
Time of production: Produced from 1955 to 1959
Volume of production: Total of 20 Mk 1 and 165 Mk 2 units produced

Please report any bugs you find.

Credits:
Wargaming for World of Tanks
WOT model viewer team for the extractor
Professor Heavy for the measurements
Nem for VTFEdit
Trek for figuring out the textures

Maybe one day a non-HD Centurion Mk 7 model will find its way into your pack. Great job!

I do not plan on doing SD models anymore, I want to focus completely on getting the HD ones done. Prof. Heavy prefers doing SD models, so he might do it.