- Conqueror Gun Carriage
- 60TP Lewandowskiego
- WZ-111 model 5A
"Little Bart" 3D Style
Decorating a Christmas tree for the New Year is a tradition, but dressing up the Conqueror Gun Carriage for every battle is a necessity. First, apply camouflage paint, put on a camouflage net, and then decorate everything with spruce-tree limbs.
The "Little Bart" 3D Style features an anti-aircraft gun mounted on the turret roof, smoke grenade launchers, and more details.
"Landkreuzer" 3D Style
With its gigantic dimensions, the Maus is more like a small self-propelled, mobile fortress. As any fortress must be well protected and impregnable, the 3D Style "Landkreuzer" has plenty of helpful "extras." It gives the Maus a powerful air defense, a pair of flamethrowers (weapon that can terrify even the most stubborn infantry), and more.
"40:1" 3D Style
If the 60TP Lewandowskiego was manufactured, how would it be improved? The hull would have gone through more than one modernization, as was the case with its classmate IS-3. The "40:1" 3D Style shows "what if" 60TP equipment.
"Winter Lotus" 3D Style
The STB-1 is the first prototype of the Type 74. It was built from metal and even managed to take part in a military parade. The "Winter Lotus" 3D Style most closely matches the historical world and largely repeats the modernization of the Type 74.
"The Last Dragon" 3D Style for the WZ-111 model 5A
"The Last Dragon" 3D style makes the WZ-111 model 5A the most beautiful tank in the Chinese branch. The vehicle acquires a jade hue, adorned with a dragon.
In ancient China, the dragon was a symbol of imperial power, and jade was valued above gold or silver. The great philosopher Confucius said about a good man, "His morality is as pure as jade."