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Offline Ahonen

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Pz IV model flaw
« on: 07-12-2010, 22:12:30 »
The rear wheels on the Pz IV aren't connected to anything. They're just stuck flying there.
Same flaw might be present on other Pz IV based vehicles if they were done by the same person.
« Last Edit: 09-12-2010, 00:12:51 by Ahonen »
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Re: Ps IV model flaw
« Reply #1 on: 08-12-2010, 07:12:36 »
You only see it form that angle.
Unluckily there isn't any connection in any model between a moving bit and the main body.
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Re: Ps IV model flaw
« Reply #2 on: 08-12-2010, 14:12:47 »
Unluckily there isn't any connection in any model between a moving bit and the main body.

Are you sure?
While those held by suspension would obviously not be directly connected, this one never moves up or down.
On most other tanks, the gap is so small you can't see it, but this ones pretty obvious, I saw it while looking around the flag for a downed enemy pilot.
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Re: Ps IV model flaw
« Reply #3 on: 08-12-2010, 22:12:49 »
meh, no one cares about that, reexport, recode etc the whole tank because of something that small? neh, aint gonna happen ^^