Dogs Of War Baseball T-Shirts
The 5th addition to the series and those pesky dogs of war are at it again this time in a German made Jagdpanther. This is a ww2 tank destroyer specifically designed to engage and destroy other armored vehicles. It doesn’t have a turret so that it can instead posses stronger armor and a bigger gun.
Tags: hound, dog, machine, vehicle, armour
part 2 of my dogs of war illustrations. This time it's a Sherman tank with a crew full of fuzzy hounds. The Sherman was a medium tank manufactured in America and fielded by the allies in WW2. This version is a firefly which is a British modification sporting a different turret and a 17 pounder gun that was more capable of knocking out a heavy German tank like the Tiger than the standard Sherman armourment.
Tags: sherman, tank, america, gi, ww2
My first Dogs of War comic is here! This one concerns the Germans and their bad habit of over confidence and over engineering everything. German tanks were high spec and high quality but many broke down before they even made it into the fight.
Tags: illustration, drawing, comics, cartoon, army
The Russian made T34 was one of the best, most rugged and practical tanks of ww2. This fighting vehicle was innovative and easy to mass produce. Although not the best tank of the war, in great numbers it was an effective weapon and one of the best fielded by the Soviet Union. This one is crewed by those pesky dogs of war and is an up-gunned version of the original T34 design. The T34/85
Tags: t34, russian, russia, tank, war
The Churchill tank was Great Britain's entry level heavy tank at the beginning of WW2. it was designed before the war and draws heavily on what was learned about tank warfare during WW1. Think Armour, flat sides and high tracks that could cross trenches was the doctrine at the time and so such the Churchill suffered from having no angled faces capable of deflecting enemy fire. Even so it was a good vehicle and performed admirably for its crews.
Tags: tank, tanks, ww2, world-war-2, wwii