This is a another in my series of Tank portraits.
PzKpfw NbFz V and VI’s designs were very similar to the British Vickers "Independent" tank, Soviet T-35, French Char-2C and proved to be too complex to produce. Only two prototypes were built by Rheinmetall in 1934. In Spring of 1939, Krupp’s PzKpfw NbFz VI was shown at the International Automobile Exposition in Berlin. After a stint as a propaganda piece, it ended its days in occupied Norway.
This piece was created in Illustrator CS and is entirely vector.
This was rendered with the pen and knockout tools and some use of the gradient tool.