CSLA's community (II)

Since I resumed the work on CSLA a little bit and I felt motivated by the videos I recently found (I don't do very deep searches, but just write down 'CSLA Blitzkrieg' or something like that in the web browser), I decided to go on with my 'investigation' and check if CSLA 2.0 had been tested else where. And I found this (It's not the first time it happens [click here]). It seems like a big (and, to me, a little bit weird and difficult to understand) dynamic forum and I assume there's no way to get in touch with the author (indeed, the link itself directs you to some sort of web storage and not the original website itself).

Just in case, if the author ever reads these message, let me say thank you for your work and encourage you to share your maps with the Blitzkrieg community.

Here are the pictures I saved :)

Links deleted

It seems some of the webpages we were linking to are now down. Those include Blitzkrieg Italia, Blitzkrieg Units DB and Wolfspace forum. The links to these webpages have been deleted.

If you get to know their domain has changed or if they just were down temporally, please, let me know. If they are definitely gone, well, good-bye! This would be sad news...

Land Rover Defender 110

Model: Soviet Man's database/Kevin
Skin: gagarin

Model extrated from Soviet Man's database. The UV Map, the animations and other minor corrections are mine. The skin is gagarin's.

The model should have been released last summer, but it lacked one 'death skin', so I waited until it was completed to make the release. The series include a red civilian model, a military version and a military ambulance version.

[CSLA 2.0] A must play!

Today I found some Youtube gameplays posted by 전략게임작전사령부TV on his channel and I was really happy to see people still play CSLA 2.0. There's even 30-minutes long 2vs2 game in the multiplayer version of the 'Motherland's Defence' map.

 Enjoy them :)


Mutiplayer gameplay of 'Motherland's Defence'


Singleplayer gameplay of 'Fulda Gap'

Multiplayer gameplay of 'Rainy Day' (?!)

Leopard 1A1A1 and 1A1A2

Model: Soviet Man/Kevin
Skin: Ice Bear/gagarin

As we were re-working the Leopard 1A1A2 originally done by Soviet Man (rotating wheels, small (tiny) details, volumetric caterpillar, etc), gagarin pointed out that the Leopard 1A1A2 we had been using from CSLA 1.0 was indeed a Leopard 1A1A1 because it didn't feature the light amplifier PZB 200 (a passive aiming and observation instrument). That's why I added to the original model that detail and we kept the old one (with the new rotating wheels and so on) as the 1A1A1.

So now we have the 1A1A1 and 1A1A2. The gameplay difference is just the 'Sight', which is smaller in the 1A1A1. The problem about doing that kind of details is that you invest many time on them to be legal and accurate, but then they are barely seen in-game... Plus I kept the original CSLA skins and we added the green ones done by gagarin for the same reason I stated when we were talking about the Gepard. The 'Green Leopards' feature an additional frontal appliqué armour, and that's why they have extra HP and some extra 'front armour'.

Enough talking for now, this one took us a while.

Renewed URAL-375 ATZ-5

Model: Soviet Man/Kevin
Skin: gagarin

We've renewed this model that had already been included in CSLA 2.0. The old model, coming from the T-34 Mod for TDA: CC, had both an unaccurated geometry and skin. Here's the new one:

Blitzkrieg Map Shop website

We want to thank our fellow comrade boltz for adding a link to our blog on his website. We recommend you to visit it if you're a Blitzkrieg fan, since there you'll find many resources (seriously, if you haven't been there yet, close this blog and get there now!)

(Click on the banner to get there)

Show your colours!

Are you a proud CSLA player? Do you like this project? Are you mad at me for not being done with the infantry yet?

Show your colours in the forums! :)

Ural-375D (UN) - Defender 110

gagarin putting some colors on our models!

DOWNLOAD: Street lamps

At the beginning of the summer gagarin asked me to create one 3D model for a street lamp (it's basically a cyilinder with several subdivisions, not a big deal) and he painted it. As he requested, I have turned that lamp into its 2D object like I did with the straw bales. I hope you like them!

Authors: Kevin (model and 2D), gagarin (skin for the model)