P-1 Sumor (Originally named "P-150 Sumor")
Made somewhere in around late 2015, the Sumor (image above depicts the last model, the P-1C) was the first tank made by me, as a response to aggressions from a long forgotten clan. It was heavily armored, reportedly being able to keep the crew alive after heavy aircraft bombardment, however on early models the P-1's wheels would break after small jumps due to the huge weight, and it wasn't very fast either. It housed a 50mm fast firing cannon, firing only high-explosive shells and having excellent elevation angles, and a roof-mounted remote controlled machine gun. The turret was a major weak spot, due to the flat angle and turret ring that could easily be shot off with explosives. Overall, I'd say that it wasn't bad at all for my first tank, and I hold onto this thing with respect, for it laid the foundation for all of my tanks.
P-1 Sumor (Light model)
The light variant of the P-1, it was way weaker yet it was faster and could float on water. It was given a booster for cruising on water, and the side skirts were cut shorter to reduce weight further. Other than that, it was the same thing as the original P-1
GM-1 Model A and B (Model B below)
The GM-1 was made soon after the Sumor, being a purely heavy tank. The first model was lost in a profile corruption, but a picture of it still exists on my profile (although the LBP servers are down as well as LBP.me). The GM model B was made as an attempt to recover the first model, but ended up worse, having weak wheels that would break apart after even a small bump, and not being able to cross ditches, getting easily stuck. It housed a 100mm heavy cannon, with awful elevation angles that make Soviet gun depression look good. Due to this, it was needed for it to be deployed at long range, yet late production models had a flamethrower located at the lower front plate of the hull, just in case. It had a separate semi-circular camera at the roof for the commander and armored glass for the gunner sight. It was a bit of a disaster, from its development to its design, but a fair lot was learnt from it. SC-1 (Remade model of what it looked like, actual pic unavailable)
Light, fast, and very compact, the SC-1 was made as a counter to Hunder/Jundero mega tanks, the idea being that it would sneak below the tank, and shoot it directly from the belly of the hull, it was shorter than a sackboy, and the gun, a short 75mm cannon, was able to retract and elevate up to a 90 angle. It was pretty effective, although it fell out of service after the decreased use of mega tanks, and due to the fact that it didn't stand a chance against anything else. It could also submerge under water, but would still get easily stuck anywhere so it wasn't recommendable to do so. Just don't ask about survival rates after ammo detonations of the mentioned mega tanks while the SC-1 was underneath them. Jandero B captured mega tank
The Jandero B was a modification of the original captured model from "SMAG", it replaced the eight comedically oversized wheels with plentiful smaller wheels, and making it wider. It was heavily armored, with extremely sloped plates, at the same time being extremely heavy and with major weak spots such as in the belly. For armament, it had a 300mm cannon, and a roof mounted rocket barrage launcher. It saw limited use from my part however, hulls being used for anti aircraft and turrets being used on destroyer ships, and on the MS-Rey Super tank.
It was a modification of the original tank, made smaller and adapted to house a mega laser cannon, because screw whatever is flying at a 900 kilometer radius. XMS-1
Nothing special, it was just an experimental light tank to test the use of tracks. It had twin cannons, and was never actually used for anything other than testing.
The GM-2 was a second attempt at making a heavy tank, and another test for the use of tracks. However, it was cancelled mid-way through development and used as a firing practice target. It had a 50mm cannon on the turret as well as a 75mm on the hull, and despite being a heavy tank, it was actually extremely light and capable of reaching high speeds as well as floating on water. And that just about does it for now, I will probably publish more of these in a while, but now I'm in a rush. Hope you found at least some of this interesting.