This piece was inspired by a story I read about that happened during World War 1. It involved British and Germans troops playing football during a cease-fire.
These are combat photos of U.S. Tank Destroyers that operated during World War 2. I set up action shots inspired by World War 2 combat photographers.
This is a model of the M18 Hellcat which was one of the fastest American tank destroyers during World War 2 and was also the most effective.
The Panzer IV was a German medium tank which saw combat through the entire Second World War. It was the warhorse for the german army and many elite panzer divisions used it for their mechanized combat.
The Panther was a German medium tank that served from 1943 to the end of the Second World War. It had exceptional firepower and protection, yet another tank that made the Allied tanks tremble.
The Tiger Tank was one of the most feared german heavy tanks on the battlefield. Its thick armor and 900 mm barrel not only outclassed that of the Allied tanks, but also rarely gave them a chance to react due to its long range capabilities.
It was the most produced german assault gun during World War 2 and became one of the most effective tank destroyers of the war.
10.5 cm leFH 18M
Was one of the standard divisional field guns which was adapted from a World War 1 light field artillery piece.
Although initially used as an anti-aircraft gun for the Germans during the early stage of World War 2, it was adapted for anti-vehicle warfare as well. It became one of the most feared guns on the battlefield.
7.5 cm l.e.IG 18F
The 7.5 leichtes Infantriegeshcutz was and infantry support gun that shot 75 mm rounds and was capable of effecitively assaulting Allied armor.
This is a model of one of my favorite motorcycles and was designed after German models created prior to World War 2.
BSA Bantam Motorcycle
This artwork is dedicated to the U.S. Marines that fought in the terrifying jungles on the Pacific Front during World War 2.