Close Assault 1944, public reenactment at Camp Mabry in Austin, TX depicting the 36th Infantry Division’s assault on the Siegfried Line in March 1945.
Reenactment itself ran twice a day on 5/27 and 5/28. For the record I’m the Kraut with the bandage around his arm. Burned the shit out of it when I spent a while leaning against a heated-up K98 barrel :P
You can purchase this design over at SOCIETY6. Head over there and pick it up in whatever format you’d like! (Pillow is my personal favorite!)
Thanks eveyone for the love shown for these Destiny designs, Warlock one is coming soon, just been a tad busy with other design work!
DESTINY & TITAN LOVERS!
Part 2 of the trilogy, this design is based on the Titan armour from the Wrath of The Machine raid.
Keeping with the theme of minimal and clean design, I wanted to emphasize on an elite and professional quality to this emblem.
“Titan Division” – I’ve always seen Titans as the more dominant,
stronger and somewhat military class in Destiny. I wanted to create a
badge that represented the very best in the ranks.
I went for a Wrath of The Machine concept because of a few reasons.
One, the Titan armour looks awesome, and I love the symmetry and
sharpness to it. Two, as a concept, a division of elite Titans taking on
the raid, and then conquering the technology (in terms of armour and
weapon loot) seemed like something only the very best could achieve.
Hence, the Titan Division badge.
Aesthetically I also opted to keep it as clean and simple as
possible, I stuck to a colour palette taken right from the raid armour,
as well as taking some symbols and implementing them to the final badge.
Again, thank you for looking and if you have any comments or
constructive criticism, please comment and let me know, I would love to
And I’d like to thank every single one of you who’s liked or reblogged the Hunters Tribe print, appreciate the love you showed it and the nice words!
17th SS Panzergrenadier Division Götz von Berlichingen and Fallschirmjäger-Regiment 6 (from the 2. Fallschirmjäger-Division) in the Carentan area of the Cotentin Peninsula, near the US 101st Airborne Division’s drop zones. June 1944. Battle of Normandy.