I want to share with you my first Ever 3D render,all thanks to my friend Anastasi or known as itifonhom on DA [link]
who greatly helped me to my frist steps i did with the Cinema 4D
Hope you like it
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Once Wolf Pack operations began in earnest, the U-boats inflicted heavy losses until the allies developed new technology to counter the threat. Tonnage figures skyrocketed, and soon reached an all time high. One of the most famous Wolf Pack attacks took place between the nights of October 16th to the 19th, 1940. Convoy SC7 was repeatedly attacked by a pack of seven boats, sinking 20 ships out of 34 in the convoy. The very next night, convoy HX79 was attacked with further losses of 14 ships, making a total of 34 ships in 48 hours. These attacks mounted against the two convoys became to be known as “The Night of the Long Knives”.
Although the idea originated as early as World War One, but many shortcomings prevented the implementation of this tactic. First, U-boats were dispersed far out across the oceans and Germany lacked the powerful radio transmitters needed to communicate with the boats. Second, there was no governing body which was needed to co-ordinate the attacks. And most importantly, the U-boat force lacked a powerful and charismatic figure with sufficient foresight to develop these strategies. After the First World War, and after Donitz had been appointed as commander of the U-boat Force, he had refined the Wolf Pack strategy and worked out the theoretical elements.