Custom Cold War-era tank design. Poor quality due to unsatisfactory program.
About this creation
These are the preliminary images of the hull of my Beauregard light/medium tank (the above image is the Beauregard Mk. I). The program I used is called Build With Chrome. It is like an LDD program for my Samsung Chromebook, which unfortunately cannot run the Linux version of LDD even though it is Linux-based software. However, Build With Chrome has next to no pieces to choose from, and you can't put 1x1 cylinders sideways, so I had to use a 2x8 block for the main gun and standing-upright 1x1 cylinders for the MGs. They also have no wheels, so I couldn't build the suspension yet. When I have time and the "muse", I'll write out the history.
Beauregard Mk. II with sloped armor.
Beauregard Mk. III/IIA, with many extra MGs.
The rear of the Mk. III/IIA, showing off the rear MGs.
A Beauregard "Kangaroo" Mk. II troop carrier with 2 .50cal MGs in the rear.
A Beauregard "Kangaroo" Mk. I troop carrier, with same armament as Mk. II Kangaroo.
An M14, an SPG mounted on a Beauregard Mk. I chassis.
I am still working on the M14A SPG and AT-14/AT-14A TDs, plus the Mk. IV/IVA SPFG (self-propelled flak gun).
I have the Mk. I I built with real Legos on my phone (though it refuses to upload to the Chromebook) and the Mk. II was converted from the Mk. I I built and is waiting at my mom's house for pictures to be taken of it.