is a specialized resource dedicated to armored military weapons, the modern and used in world wars.

We concentrate on highly detailed 3d models, which produce the most photorealistic images you could ever see on the web, giving you the best material for creating impressive warfare artwork.

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our latest models:
March 19  DH T.55 Vamire.
Feb. 21  BN Trislander
Dec. 24  Ka-50 Hokum
Oct. 14  VK 30.02
April 25  Krupp Kfz.70
April 1  Canberra B2
Feb. 13  F3 Demon
Feb. 2  Vickers-Crossley
Jan. 5  VBL Short
Dec. 18  LoHudson
Dec. 2  PzII Luchs
Sept. 4  SMK tank
Evaluate our free 3D models (see below)

Our primary field is the gradually enriching collection of army tanks and self-propelled artillery models. Armored weapons used in WW2 form the main part of our model bank.

Meshes are created in 3DS Max. Besides of *.max files (3d max models), you'll find the exported Lightwave models (*.lws) and files for 3D Studio (*.3ds). Thanks to Michael Domaradzki, you may acquire our models in Cinema 4D format.


  • We started cooperation with the Vanishing Point company. This team releases 3D models for Poser and now you may find our models converted to Poser compatible formats in their shop. See the models ready so far:Look for the Jagdpanther and Dodge WC-51 at their free downloads page.

  • Besides of individual models, we offer one-year membership, which permits to download any model in our model bank during one year at no additional cost.


Evaluation meshes built in 3D Studio MAX. Download and try the following 3D models free:

German tanksgerman
Russian tanksrussian
American tanksamerican
English tanksenglish
tanks (other)other
s.p. gunss.p. guns
German self-propelled artillerygerman
American self-propelled artilleryamerican
armored carsarmored cars
American planesamerican
English planesenglish
Russian planesrussian
German planesgerman
Japanese planesjapanese
Planes (other)other
Your questions and
comments, regarding:

Bird of Prey

Japan sub

Dodge WC-51


M1 Abrams

Patrol boat


VK 30.02

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