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BrunoSchezer

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    Hola a todos, como miembro ya veterano en las pruebas Alfa y Beta de WoWs, les doy la bienvenida a quienes quieran participar en los foros y con suerte pasarla bien en el juego. Cualquier duda o consejo, pregunten nomas, que estoy para darles la ayuda que necesiten. Soy aficionado a temas de la SGM y el ambiente naval más que nada, apegado a las Armadas de Japón, Alemania, Italia, Francia y Rusia, paso los ratos libres creando modelos en 3D de buques y/o fabricando firmas y jugando KanColle xDD

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  1. @Talleyrand @COLDOWN Guys, you might take a look at this topic. I am sure you two will have fun discussing about our Independencia and VdM CVs.
  2. BrunoSchezer

    Rebuilding History: Rivadavia and other Warships.

    Many thanks for your words! That make me happy about the work I am doing with this, thanks. Is kinda dificult to gatter the necesary historical material, and more if is about those kinda of ships. It was a surprise there was at least one book centered on the dreadnought naval race in southamerica, but still the lack of complete blueprints of the ships involved make the work not too much easy. Still, there is plenty of photos to solve the problem at some point (at least in the case of Rivadavia and Moreno, I need to research for photos of Minas Gerais and Latorre). Many thanks dude. Indeed, she is T4 material, a good (maybe kinda strong) T4. Of course, this is following her strenght and the historical progression only (Minas Gerais T3, Rivadavia T4 and Latorre T5). But she can be pushed to T5 (and even more, if WG try to add a variation of her proposed reconstructed scheme to be made in germany with 350mm main guns). Thanks for the interest in those ships. I am with you in the manner of having the real and the ones who saw service on each navy, but keep in mind WG could do something in a way to make "happy" both sides (the guys who want Rio and the guys who want Agincourt and other similar cases, like Canada/Latorre, De Zeven Provincien/Almirante Grau, etc) and handle the ships in the way the released Nueve/Boise. That is a fair movement to solve the problem, just in case WG want make happy both sides and earn more money of course.
  3. BrunoSchezer

    Rebuilding History: Rivadavia and other Warships.

    Well guys, coming here again to update the progress on my work: I was somewhat busy with real-life things, but I found time to continue working on a few things, especially, I wanted to fix certain flaws. Finally, the ship is Rivadavia itself, since after doing a complete search for photos of the superstructure control bridge, I managed to identify the differences between Rivadavia and Moreno in that section, and here are the corrections: - Railings were applied on the 3rd and 4th floor. -The inner tower was added inside the latice structure. -The main rangefinder was modified to fit the figure of the real model. -Tights and supports were added to the 1 and 2 platform where a 40mm Bofor cannon and two reflectors are located. -Different details: stairs, doors, portholes. -The fireplaces were detailed. And what else had me with a headache, the bow: Finally it looks better, only need add details in the hull such as, portholes, openings of underwater torpedo tubes, etc. And finally, this is the current aspect of the AA Odero-Terni in which I was working diligently: This is almost done, so then I will have time to continue detailing things and once I finish it, I will continue with what I had armed before prioritizing this: The Almirante Latorre, on which I will dedicate once I finish with Rivadavia (or who knows, maybe I could work in parallel, as long as I have the time to do that). Anyway, I hope you like the update and soon there will be more. See you!
  4. Gracias, y la verdad que sí che, hacen falta concursos. "Ya que tu trabajo es muy impresionante", imagino era dirigido a mí, como bien aclaró Eldi...en fín.... Justamente eso. @Femennenly, la idea de los viejos concursos (quiero creer) eran solo ser algo más con que motivar a la comunidad para ganarse cositas en el juego (ya si había algo detrás de eso, como ver de hacerse ideas con los conceptos que la gente ofrecía, no tenemos idea si era así o si pasó o no). Aun así, creo que, así como plantea @ELDIFERENTE, se podría volver a hacer ése tipo de concursos, pero solo para que exista actividad de parte de la gente, algo como, por ejemplo: quien diseñe un acorazado (de la nación que quiera, sea real, proyecto o un que tal sí x país hubiera construido x buque, etc), el más detallado, original, realista, etc y que sea por categoría (3D, Dibujo a Mano, Minecraft, etc) se ganará un Massachusetts, por lo cual se premiarían 3 Massachusetts por categoría como primer premio. El resto del segundo lugar para abajo, doblones, camuflajes, banderas, etc. Éso sería genial y bastante práctico y sobre todo, justo. Pero volviendo al tema de éste tópico, @Femennenly, espero le sea de su agrado no solo esas ideas de ejemplo a tomar en cuenta, sino mi trabajo para ofrecerle a usted y al resto de los desarrolladores, algo extra para cuando les surga trabajar en los acorazados de latinoamérica lo puedan usar como referencia. Bien, y sobre ello, aquí una pequeña actualización del trabajo: Estuve algo ocupado con las cosas de la vida real, pero encontré tiempo para seguir trabajando en unas cuantas cosas, sobre todo, quería arreglar ciertas falencias. Finalmente, el buque es el mismísimo Rivadavia en sí, ya que luego de hacer una búsqueda completa de fotos del puente de mando de la superestructura, logré identificar las diferencias entre el Rivadavia y Moreno en ése apartado, y aquí están las correcciones: -Se plicaron barandillas en la 3 y 4 planta. -Se añadió el torreón interior dentro de la estructura de latice. -Se modificó el telémetro principal para ajustarlo a la figura del modelo real. -Se añadieron mallas y soportes a la 1 y 2 plataforma donde se ubican un cañon de 40mm Bofor y dos reflectores. -Detalles varios: escaleras, puertas, ojos de buey. -Se detalló las chimeneas. Y lo que más me tenía con dolor de cabeza, la proa: Por fín tiene un mejor aspecto, solo restarían detalles en el casco como, ojos de buey, aperturas de los tubos subacuaticos de torpedos, etc. Y finalmente, éste es el aspecto actual de las AA Odero-Terni en las que estaba trabajando diligentemente: Ya le queda poco, por lo que luego tendré tiempo para continuar detallando cosas y una vez lo acabe, seguiré con lo que tenía armado antes de priorizar ésto: El Almirante Latorre, el cual será a lo que me dedique una vez acabe con el Rivadavia (o quien sabe, quizas lo trabaje en paralelo, mientras tenga tiempo). En fin, espero les agrade la actualización y pronto habrá más. Saludos!
  5. Gracias estimado! Tanto tiempo sin verle por los foros. Me alegra que aún se acuerde de mi laburo para el concurso (y sí, una lastima liquidaron el tópico y de paso la idea en sí, que hasta ahora, ni minga tiran algo parecido). Igual, lo laburado queda dando vueltas por ahí, almenos las imágenes, aquí le tiro de paso un par, para rememorar un poco la cosa: Lo mismo con el acorazado que tenía por ahí: Y con respecto a éste del Riva-More, aprovechando ahora, le diré que ya casi-casi le tengo por terminar a esas Vickers-Odero y luego ya entraré a pulir lo otro, así que en unos días actualizaré bien ésto. Saludos!
  6. Se agradece el comentario, estimado!
  7. Primero que nada, si este tema no corresponde a esta sección, mods, siéntanse libres de moverlo al que crean conveniente, gracias. Bien gente, es oficial: Paso a crear éste tema para compartir mi trabajo, el cual llevo haciendo desde hace tiempo y quisiera que conozcan un poco de él. He estado trabajando en lo que sería, una recreación de buques pertenecientes a las armadas pequeñas, teniendo en cuenta que ahora WG tiene sus planes puestos en las ramas Pan-Americana y Pan-Europea, y por ahora estoy enfocado en los acorazados (y con el tiempo, será sobre otros tipos de buques). Tomando en cuenta el tiempo que lleva crear cada modelo, decidí mostrar en éste tópico, como van evolucionando hasta su terminación, y en éste caso, será sobre los acorazados de la clase Rivadavia, del cual, más adelante y en su propio apartado, se hablará de como implementarlo en el juego. Sabemos bien lo que es esencial para poder recrear éste tipo de cosas, y son los planos. WG necesita todo el material necesario, que va desde los mismos planos hasta fotografías e informes, pero todo eso lleva tiempo, y aquel tiempo debe usarse para conseguir la información, analizarla y posteriormente, recrearla en un modelo en 3D, que luego debe ser sometido a controles de calidad, implementado en el juego y ser probado. Para el caso de los acorazados Rivadavia, he hecho todo a mi alcance para poder recrear a ésta clase, utilizando únicamente un simple plano con las líneas base del buque (ya que me es imposible dar con planos completos, ya sea material proveniente de Argentina o de la Fore River Shipyard, en USA). Eso, y una variada cantidad de fotografías históricas del Rivadavia y Moreno, las cuales muestran que ambos buques llevan consigo sutiles diferencias, que, reproduciré lo mejor que pueda. Si bien, recrear a ambos buques será una tarea un poco complicada, por ahora, espero poder corregir ciertas falencias en el modelo (en especial el casco, en la sección de proa) y que también pueda ser usado como “un medio de referencia más” para los desarrolladores y una futura fuente de trabajo para mi persona (algo que espero pueda suceder en un futuro cercano). Pero por ahora, estaré feliz de que sea algo útil para WG y para toda la comunidad. Dicho ello, aquí el estado actual del Rivadavia (el cual está con una apariencia mixta de 1935 y finales de sus años de servicio, además de que el puente de mando es más parecido al del Moreno). Cada componente modelado hasta ahora fue hecho en base a aquel plano general y a varias fotografías que utilicé como referencia gráfica. Allí pueden comparar una fotografía del puente del Rivadavia con el modelado por mí. Notarán cierta diferencia, ya que fue creado usando el puente del Moreno. Detalle de las plumas para los botes. Es bastante difícil de encontrar alguna fotografía que muestre bien en detalle cada aspecto, pero esto es mejor que nada, por el momento. Por ahora, ese es el progreso general, y aquí verán, en lo que estoy trabajando ahora mismo: Montajes simples Vickers-Odero Terni Mod 1929, pertenecientes a los cruceros pesados Veinticinco de Mayo y Almirante Brown, los cuales fueron instalados en el Rivadavia y Moreno. El modelo creado está basado en una pieza sobreviviente, exhibido en un Museo Naval, en Buenos Aires. Bueno, espero les haya gustado y que les sea útil. Próximamente, actualizaré el progreso en el Rivadavia y también en otros buques en éste tópico.
  8. BrunoSchezer

    Rebuilding History: Rivadavia and other Warships.

    Many thanks! For now, just SketchUpPro (I will need time to learn about Blender or Maya)
  9. First of all, if this topic does not correspond to this section, mods, feel free to move it to the one you think is convenient, thanks. Well folks, it's official: I’m creating this topic to share my work, which I have been doing for a long time and I would like you to know a little about it. I have been working on what it would be, a recreation of ships belonging to the small navies, considering that now WG has its plans in the Pan-American and Pan-European branches, and for now I am focused on the battleships (and with time, it will be about other type of ships and from major nations). Taking into account the time it takes to create each model, I decided to show in this topic, how they evolve until its completion, and in this case, it will be about the battleships of the Rivadavia class, which, later and in its own section, we will talk about how to implement it in the game. We know what is essential to be able to recreate these kind of things, and they are the blueprints. WG needs all the necessary material, ranging from the blueprints to photographs and reports, but all that take time, and that time must be used to get the information, analyze it and then recreate it in a 3D model, which must then be submitted to quality controls, implemented in the game and be tested. In the case of the Rivadavia battleships, I have done everything in my power to be able to recreate this class, using only a simple bleprint with the ship's baselines (since it is impossible for me to find full blueprints, from a Argentine source or from the Fore River Shipyard, in USA). That, and a varied amount of historical photographs of Rivadavia and Moreno, which show that both ships carry with them subtle differences, which, I will reproduce as best I can. Of course, to recreate both ships will be a somewhat complicated task, for now, I hope to be able to correct certain flaws in the model (especially the hull, in the bow section) and hope this can also be used as “another reference source" for our developers and a future source of work for me (something that I hope may happen in the near future). But for now, I will be happy if this could end being something useful for WG and for the whole community. That said, here the current state of Rivadavia (which is show with a mixed appearance of 1935 and the end of its years of service, in addition, the bridge is more similar to the one used on Moreno). Each component modeled so far was made from cero and based on that general plan and several photographs that I used as a graphic reference. There you can compare a photograph of the Rivadavia bridge with the modeling by me. You will notice a certain difference, since it was created using the bridge of Moreno. Detail of the feathers for the boats. It is quite difficult to find a photograph that shows each aspect well in detail, but this is better than nothing at the moment. For now, that's the overall progress, and here you'll see, what I'm working on right now: Vickers-Odero Terni Mod 1929 AA guns, from the Heavy Cruisers Veinticinco de Mayo and Almirante Brown, which were installed in Rivadavia and Moreno. The model created is based on a surviving piece, exhibited in a Naval Museum, in Buenos Aires. Well, I hope you liked it and find it useful. Soon, I will update the progress in Rivadavia and also in other vessels in this topic. See you Captains!
  10. Esto me trae una alegría tremenda. Por fin una linea italiana, y que mejor que los cruceros. Y esto solo significa una cosa adicional para mí: Trento=Alta posibilidad de que metan con el tiempo a Almirante Brown/Veinticinco de Mayo en la rama Pan-Americana. A la espera de los otros tiers, ojalá pase rápido el dia así llega matina pa terminar de entrarle al hype.
  11. BrunoSchezer

    Programa Privateers

    Bueno, he de decir que ésto sí que me interesa, por lo menos por ese aspecto, ya que llevo largo rato queriendo intervenir con lo poco que laburo en ese tipo de cosas, como por ejemplo, ésto: Un gusto que se añadan nuevos programas como éste. Por ahora, estaré atento a nueva info que nos puedas proporcionar sobre el programa, para entrar en mayor detalle @sea_you
  12. Well, if you want to just enjoy the ships more, here are my tiny suggestion while I list a few other titles our fellow captains chosen (boosted with pictures): 1-Strike Witches: This one is the BEST if we just focus on the ships design/production of the models (and of course, the variety of ships we can see here). A alternative universe where the world is under the atack of a alien invaders known as the Neuroi who came to Earth in 1939, and now all nations need to fight againts they. Mostly the focus of this is over the members of the 501st Joint Fighter Wing, the group of witches who fight the Neuroi, but when we see the battles where there are ships involved, they are excelent to watch. Here a few examples of how well the ships looks: 2-Zipang: As most people posted, is the BEST if you just want to watch the history involved. Sadly this one just have 26 episodes and there was nothing more from that (is my dream just see WG trying to do a collab with them just to rise funds to make another season, and adapt the finished manga). 3-Shin Kaitei Gunkan: Another old and short piece but with sci-fi as the first, here the synopsis: Moments after an atomic bomb falls over Hiroshima, a secret Japanese submarine sails into battle against its American counterpart, and both are lost to history. Some fifty years later, a special UN task force sent to investigate unusual phenomena in Antarctica is threatened by a mysterious black cylinder. 4-Schwarzesmarken: Another good one, but as the first, the focus are over the persons of the serie and not the ships itself, but at least the history is good: The year is 1983. The Cold War is in full effect, and humanity is under attack. Strange aliens, given the name "BETA," have descended to Earth with the goal of destroying all life. Soldiers have been tasked with piloting large combat suits called Tactical Surface Fighters (TSF) to repel the alien invaders, but the front line is slowly being pushed back towards the surviving cities. 5-Ryuu no Haisha: A short one, where there is at the start a "naval fight". Even if that is just the only part where we can see ships, the rest can be watched: The story takes place in Dragon Country. Nonoko is a newly appointed dentist and her mission is to protect the dragon, the guardian of the country, from tooth-cavity bacteria. One day, amid increasingly fierce battles with the neighboring country, Nonoko finds on the dragon's tooth an unconscious boy soldier from the enemy country. His name is Bell, and he has been resurrected from inside the tooth by the dragon—a supernatural phenomenon that legend says occurs before a major disaster. As Nonoko and Bell go through a series of fierce battles, they eventually learn to accept their fate. 6-Konpeki no Kantai / Kyokujitsu no Kantai: Both as a alternate universe and follow a similar way like Zipang, here the synopsis of the two: Konpeki no Kantai is a Japanese alternate-history original video animation series produced by JC Staff. Based on a 1992 novel by Yoshio Aramaki, the series focuses on a technologically advanced Imperial Japanese Navy and a radically different Pacific War that was brought about by Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto's revival in the past due to unexplained circumstances. The series also features real-life 1940s figures whose first names were changed, such as Winston Churchill to Kingston Churchill and Adolf Hitler to Heinrich von Hitler. In Kyokujitsu no Kantai, Japan builds up on its success in the earlier series by expanding its blue-water capabilities to reach the Atlantic Ocean, challenging the Kriegsmarine in the process. Nazi Germany also launches a surgical strike on the White House and the Japanese fleet repels a German invasion of Britain. And just for the sake of history and action, combat, and anything good you can think: Uchuu Senkan Yamato 2199/2202, Ginga Eiyuu Densetsu, Captain Harlock. They are my beloved space operas.
  13. Good, but, I will ask something: when you plan doing a SHIP DESIGN CONTEST like the ones from our old days on the forum before the game was a real thing like today?. I really miss that kind of contest.
  14. BrunoSchezer

    Bonus Code Steam Celebration

    Se agradece un montón el código estimado!
  15. Guys, if you did not buy the camos for both ships, you will not have another chance to do it. Look at this, from the patch notes of the Update 0.7.9: High School Fleet Due to the termination of the contract with the copyright holder, the High School Fleet camouflage for Musashi and Harekaze is to be removed from the game. This, however, does not affect items that are currently on the players' accounts. In addition, if the account has an incomplete HSF collection, it still can be completed, which will get you a camouflage for battleship Yamato.
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