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Pzkpfw VI Tiger I tank
My version of the most famous German tank of WW2 era. Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger I
About this creation
First, a little about real Pzkpfw VI:

Tiger I was developed and used by German forced during WW2. It was very well armored tank with big, 88 mm gun. Germans used it as backbone for their armored forces.
It was not very fast but it could easily pass trough swamp areas because of its unusually wide tracks.
But, however, it was not the best tank ever. It had many mechanical problems and because of them, they often broke down in the middle of battle.
Also, the production was very expensive and compilcated, so only 1355 Tiger I tanks were built till the end of the war.
Its „little brother“ King Tiger was much more reliable and powerful so it (paritally) replaced Tiger I


Tiger I was always my favorite WW2 tank. And I wanted to build it for a long time.
And now, it has been finally been finished.
I was working on it for a very long time: from May 2011. Since then I have worked on it for almost 35 hours. I have made a lot of changes, had enormous will to put as more detail as I could, but I still wanted it to look very clean and be as much studless as possible.

images are deeplinked from Flickr, if you want to see bigger sizes, just click on the image you want.

Main photo, in case you do not see it:
Pzkpfw VI Tiger I tank

Another shot
Pzkpfw VI Tiger I tank Main pic

Side view, nothing special
Pzkpfw VI Tiger I tank side

Back view of the tank.
I had huge problems with sloping the back part
Pzkpfw VI Tiger I tank bakk

Split- showing the top part of the tank and the lower part.
Pzkpfw VI Tiger I tank split

Interior of the tank
Very accurate, I searched the internet for images and maquetes for hours.
Pzkpfw VI Tiger I tank interior1

Detail of the interior.
The part on which the cannon and whole turret goes on in the real tank.
Pzkpfw VI Tiger I tank interior2

Tiger I tank. Now with 100% more anger :D
Pzkpfw VI Tiger I tank and Angry Bird :D

I hope you like it!

Please C&C.



Comments

 I like it 
  December 23, 2011
wow, this is a really good tiger tank. It looks like you put a good amount of effort into it and its a great result. It dwarfs my little panzer light tank. the interior is great and detailed. nice job. and do you think you might make a T-34 or Sherman?
 I like it 
  September 10, 2011
Awesome!
Angelo S.
 I like it 
Lenard Stipkovic
  August 31, 2011
:O Amazing! :O
 I made it 
  August 30, 2011
Quoting michael k. you've done a great job getting all the curves right and the interior is amazing! will you make more tanks next?
Sure! I just need to resupply my Light bluish gray collection, there is almost nothing left :D I plan more German tanks, but I think that I wont be able to fit the interior :'(
 I like it 
  August 30, 2011
Cool details! I like how you managed to add a realistic interior as well. Excellent MOC!
 I like it 
  August 30, 2011
you've done a great job getting all the curves right and the interior is amazing! will you make more tanks next?
 I like it 
  August 30, 2011
The shape of this is rather nice. In addition, you don't see many tanks with an interior, let alone an accurate one. These two factors combine to make this quite a cool vehicle. Nice work!
 I like it 
  August 30, 2011
Wow! Very nice tank! Great work.
 I like it 
  August 30, 2011
This is jsutbrillaint! Job very well done!
 I like it 
  August 30, 2011
Excellent work..!
 
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