Creative Robot

M5A1 Stuart

Medic Hover added 3 months ago

the cute little stuey, more practical than most of my other tanks.
the M5A1 Stuart was an american WW2 light tank, armed with a 37mm cannon. it's frontal, sloped armor was very tough at the time it was designed, but since it only saw action after D-Day it was an outdated tank that wasnt effective against the later german tanks like the Tiger and later Panzer IV models with the long-barrel 75mm gun.

this stuart has lower CPU than most other tanks that i've build, use this advantage to either add a module, more offensive weapons, or nanos to make it a combat medic. its gunless as-is but you can mount any guns you like on it. note on top there is 1 prism on the right side, so you can mount 2 disintregrators on the top of the turret by placing 1 on the prism and 1 on the far-left side.

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Creative rating by ilies459.5
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Wymsageu
3 months ago
Awesome, I like the vapor trails as the MG's

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Gecko135
3 months ago
You should do a show case of them all the tanks in one as well, that way we can see all of the tanks in one place and if we wanted we could see more pictures of the individual tanks. fantastic builds btw.

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Ingmar118
3 months ago
that's a pretty good idea, problem is i havent found the time to do anything like that yet, i havent even uploaded all of them! (russian tanks, brittish tanks and some other tanks still comming up)
Artjomski
3 months ago
Brown would do the tank more justice, but it looks a lot like it !

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ilies45
3 months ago
since you have premium, a better thing to do is to paint the hull and turret with a brown and creme color(like the desert cammo) or just a kaki(military) green, that way you can pop up the suspension better and make the sape of it not fading away with the rest of the body

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