The Ar.4 Self-Propelled Artillery is a mobile artillery piece fitted with a large gun. The gun can pivot roughly 10-20 degrees, so the tank does not have to rotate to aim to the gun. Armored in the front, the Ar.4 can withstand small-arms fire and can survive a shot to the front. It uses a dual-tread system, where instead of one large track, it uses two independently moving smaller tracks. This means that if one were to break, the tank can still move until repaired.
About this creation
I've been having a bad case of builder's block, so I've been taking a look at (and getting inspiration from) Matthew Sylvan's tanks. His work is stunning, so I based this off of one of his self-propelled artillery pieces.
Once again this tank uses the same chassis I use on everything, this time with a hollowed out interior and added floor-pan. I changed the front a bit and added some lights and antennae onto the back. The interior is not too detailed, though.
As always, the LXF is here for you to look at, but is mostly here in case I lose the file on my computer. DO NOT use the file without my permission.
Why no light blue in the cammo? I thought you liked that look. This is a very slick build of a very slick bit of SPA. I really like the proportions of the gun and the way it sits at that angle. Very cool looking. Iím surprised that you chose to build this type of weapon though. I think you have SPA well covered now. Attack!