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Panzerarmee "Radetzky" by JanBoruta Panzerarmee "Radetzky" by JanBoruta
August, 1915. The Austrians attempt on assaulting and breaking the Serbian lines and trenches in central Bosnia. As they progress, Hungarian soldiers unleash their new weapon, manufactured with the help of Daimler factories. The steam-powered tanks, nicknamed "Szent Istvan" ("Saint Stephen") powerfully armed and impregnable, formed a new corps - the first Panzerarmee "Radetzky", named after the greatest Austrian commander of XIXth century.

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2B pencil on A4. A new and quick idea to get back to steampunk again.

Regards,
Tom :)
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:iconstrelet9:
Those tanks look awesome! But, I don't think they would be very practical.
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:iconwoodenshipsnironmen:
I think WWI would've been a tad different with these monsters.
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:iconkholdstare0013:
This is awesome work, very well done.
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Shattered-Warrior Oct 8, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
love the industrialist side of it. its just anawesome piece.
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:iconjanboruta:
JanBoruta Oct 8, 2012  Student General Artist
Thank you! I'm glad I succeeded in showing the industrial side here, the machines were specifically designed for it :)
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:iconshattered-warrior:
Shattered-Warrior Oct 9, 2012  Hobbyist Artist
well i am steampunk but im more into the 1910-1920s side of it...where everything isnt steam powered but still has that mechanical whimsy to it. plus another reason i like this piece is it reminds me of a couple of movies "howls moving castle" and "castle in the sky". keep up the awesome work!!!
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:iconjailgurdnegative:
I really like trench warfare pics and steampunk "creations" are also so inspiring.
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Pastrano Jan 1, 2012  Student Artisan Crafter
is there spelling in the sky
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:icondativo:
I love those tanks! Your steampunk is more than imaginative. It is quite serious and well documented.
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