Hello, fellow builders! Welcome to my page! I mostly do WWII and WWI builds, but I will do the occasional City or Medieval thing, such as a generic truck or a Medieval building.
Terms of mine you may want to know:
--Flencer: My "what-if" motorworks that in World War Two licence-builds M3 Lees and M4A2 Shermans in England, then designs my "what-if" tank, the T-21 Beauregard, which serves in the late stages of the "Second Great War" and the entire Korean War.
--Temple: This is my last name, but also part of the name of my "what-if" aircraft company, Temple Aviation Manufacturers, Ltd. In 1935, they design their first aircraft, the Temple Whitetail Mk. I, a general-purpose bomber which replaced the outdated Westland Wapiti. It eventually evolved into the Temple Stallion Mk. II of 1942, a superb fighter-bomber which was replaced by the Hawker Typhoon in 1944. They also made a medium bomber series, a jet-fighter which competed against the Gloster Meteor as Britain's first operational jet-fighter, and thereafter several jet bombers and fighters. After that failed, Temple began making helicopters alongside civilian aircraft based on their WWII designs.
--Sgt. Brixon: He's my sig-fig. He is heavily based off of Sgt. Dixon from Call of Duty 3. He leads Easy Company of the 116th Regiment of the 29th Division, attached to the 1st Division "Big Red One", through some of the heaviest fighting of the war in Normandy and beyond.
My current projects:
--Mini Me-262 (completed, but need to fix pictures)
--My custom "what-if" WWII/Korean War tank, the Flencer T-21 Beauregard (next builds: Beauregard Mk. III, Beauregard LT, support variants)'
--My "what-if" 20th-century ("Interwar" through the Vietnam War) aircraft series, starting with the Temple Whitetail general-purpose bomber biplane (next builds: Temple Stallion Mk. II and III, Temple Arundel medium bomber)
--IS-2 mod. 1943 (have pictures, need to fix)
--ISU-122/152 (superstructure ready, hull from IS-2 not available until next weekend and I may have to make some changes to it so it may not be ready for two weeks at least)
--M22 Locust (with 37mm, 37mm Littlejohn, and fictional 75mm version using the Valentine XI turret)
--And many more!