"A unit of StuG III assault guns stands ready for review. They are accompanied by a Überschwerer Kampfschreitpanzer (Superheavy Armored Walking Tank), also known as a 'Thor's Hammer.' Eastern Front circa 1943."
I love it!
And, here I thought this one was well done:
No, they didn't put enough grain on the ships, and the brightness is wrong too. Look at the buildings and the Arc de Triomphe. They're sunlit and almost completely washed out, as should be the top and sides of the ships.
Right, and there's also a rectangle of noiseless white around each ship. Here's a version I tweaked briefly in the Gimp. I went to art school, but we spent most of our time on long division, so I'm not very good at these kinds of tweaks. Still, I think it more closely resembles the look of such an event.
That's pretty good. And creepy.
The sad thing is that I didn't even register the AT-AT until the second time I scrolled past this.
Oh, it's an AT-AT! I was seeing a type of Mechwarrior thing.
Ein volk, Ein Reich, Ein Force?
Too bad they were no match for the Allied Forces Snow Speeders.
... setze s-tragflÃ¤chen in angriffsposition
Some archeo-historians are going to be terribly confused, and it's going to be all your fault.
Dude, that's totally 1947. You can tell by the boots, baby, the boots.