Oh, I could look at these all day.
––Glad you liked them
I really need to get back to painting my stuff.
––I hope so!..as I really enjoy seeing YOUR NICE PAINTJOBS!
––Any new “beauties” to share?
Question for you: how did you get the “CUSTOMIZER” tab on your profile?
Marc has your answer pretty much there. The link kind of shows why, what, when ,where and who made this happen.
There are people here a lot better than me on a lot of subjects involving customization and HRs/game ideas, and I was surprised I even received it.
“Customizer” covers a lot and I’m sure in time others will be awarded this badge. For myself I nominated a few who really showed they were doing a lot for the game. Most notably “Most Holy” and “alllworkandnoclay” they both paint and Most Holy is the host of Dicestruction podcast. This to my knowledge is the only podcast which features Axis & Allies exclusively. These guys were just a couple whom I nominated. I asked a few people to move allworkandnoclay’s thread to customizations to help all those who paint and customize their units as a tool.
The credit for much of this goes to YoungGrasshopper who suggested the badge for Der Kuenstler initially, whom I also nominated for his war room and his HR work.
To me, that’s the same concept of using the chassis of a Lamborghini with the body of a Yugo. A Lamborghini isn’t just about the engine that drives it, people love it because it’s how it LOOKS.
The same thing can be said of Axis and Allies. Maybe the body of a Yugo is more practical to some, but I wouldn’t bother playing Axis and Allies at all, if I felt I was sitting in a Yugo.
If you don’t know what a Yugo is:
Built in Soviet-bloc Yugoslavia, the Yugo had the distinct feeling of something assembled at gunpoint. Interestingly, in a car where “carpet” was listed as a standard feature, the Yugo had a rear-window defroster, reportedly to keep your hands warm while you pushed it…