Message from Springbok in South African Border War: Operation Savannah #modeling
My Milkor Y2 MGL still work in progress. Been awhile since I worked on it though as I was preoccupied with the other models.
They applied snotneus to all GLs
Ah alright good to know
And it was issued after 83-84 as well
They started using more MAGs per unit as well
More mortars as well
Lots of 60mm
The M26 grenade was also used by troops correct? https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/78/M-61Grenade.jpg
Was the writing on the grenade in English or Afrikaans? Since I believe they were locally manufactured the writing on the grenades if there was any may have differed from the US version? Might be something difficult to recall though.
It's the small details like this that while not super important are nice to get right.
Okay cool. That's about it for now, thanks man.
unimogs in africa
Ja the SADF used plenty of them. The Buffel uses a Unimog chassis
progress so far today.
Still plenty of issues with bad proportions and such. As some stuff I've done by eye. I made the mistake of going too detailed too soon on this which is biting me in the arse now.
Current line up of WIP vehicle models.
Eland door holes look weird because they're N-gons which causes artifacts in Marmoset as well as UE4. They need to be turned into quads.
either way it all looks very nice my man
I wish they were all done already 😩 but it takes a hell of a lot of time and effort to get to that stage.
Going to be a dream come true though seeing these in action in Squad.
You and me both
My shitty little test hut to see how buildings work in the SDK.
Looks like something from rural Lesotho
But not that bad
Ja didn't really put much effort into it since it's just a test
There will be huts and such for kraals as there were plenty in SWA and southern Angola. Of course concrete structures will also be included for the larger towns such as Cassinga, Ondjiva etc.
Will have to do some research on those places though to figure out what kind of structures they had. Also will see what I can do with real world topography using World Machine and Google Maps