The M2 flamethrower was an American, portable, backpack flamethrower that was used in World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.
The M2 flamethrower, introduced in 1943 saw service in the Pacific theater, being deployed to combat heavily defended and entrenched Japanese positions.
Later versions had the fuel thickening agent napalm added.
This version was modelled for Zombie Gunship Survival
Realistic World War II weapons by the 3D weapons design department
The Production Process
Throughout the whole production process the management team is in constant contact with the clients reviewing specs and technical documents. The information is then relayed to the elite senior 3D design artists who will be working on designing the vehicle or weapon. The work is deliberate and painstaking to make sure every little part is exact and true to life. Utilizing their exceptional design skills the 3D vehicle artists at Glenda Studio, Vietnam, truly excel in producing textures on their models that thrill gamers worldwide
The talented 3D art outsourcing team at Glenda Studio utilizes the latest software and modelling techniques in every project that they take on.
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The whole process starts with an online meet and greet , It is at this time when we discuss your project and see if it something that we can handle. At Glenda we will be forthright and open with clients and not take on any project that is beyond our experience or capacity.
Once we have agreed to assist our clients with a project our production team will be in constant contact with our clients. Nothing short of complete satisfaction is acceptable for us. delivering exceptional vehicle models on time for a truly affordable price.