To give it the proper designation, the F-71T Saint-Germain-de-Monte, or "Monty" for short, is the second tank design by Apocrypha_Now. Going back to the early days of tank development, this chonky little tank is heavily influenced by the classic Renault FT17. Features a ridiculously large front wheel, rear skid and cast turret to capture the vibe of Great War & Interwar tanks. Lots of possibilities... [click here for more]
First to roll off the Apocrpha_Now production line is the A1-M, affectionately refered to as the "Marwood" by the troops. Inspired by interwar and early-war designs, this chunky little cute tank takes design cues from classics like the P38(t), The Cruiser and The Valentine. Rivet construction, rotating turret and exposed running gear give plenty of eye catching details that will really stand out on... [click here for more]
The third (and definitely chunkiest) tank to come from the imagination of Apocrypha_Now is the Boxpanzer III, or hilariously dubbed "Wasserkocher" by the infantry.
Decidedly late-war and Germanic in appearence, this slab sided beast features the interlocking armour panel construction favoured by the baddies, and a casemate shape similar to that of the Jagdtiger and some paper-panzers. Those big... [click here for more]