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PostPosted: Sun Mar 20, 2016 7:28 pm 
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Hi!

Good stuff!

Hope they see the open market. :)

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 Post subject: Re: Modeling bits for 3d printing
PostPosted: Sun Mar 20, 2016 7:46 pm 
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@Vaaish, check the latest update. :)

@moredakka: Automated turrets :)


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 20, 2016 9:03 pm 
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That being the case you should remove the crew hatches. ;) :)

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moredakka wrote:
That being the case you should remove the crew hatches. ;) :)

I just did that. I'll post some more pics tomorrow. :)

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 21, 2016 8:09 am 
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As promised, some more pics!


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Very nice work matey!

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Very nice pieces indeed, well done.

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Is the last one a flame tank or a shoota?

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Flame tank

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Having looked at these again i'd say they could do with the guns being diallled back a little they look a little to chunky at the moment a smaller guage diameter barrel would be more in keeping with the size of the vehicles I think, just my opinion obviously.

It's your design's though so.............

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moredakka wrote:
Having looked at these again i'd say they could do with the guns being diallled back a little they look a little to chunky at the moment a smaller guage diameter barrel would be more in keeping with the size of the vehicles I think, just my opinion obviously.

It's your design's though so.............


I know what you mean. The lascannons and flamers feel a bit cartoony because of their proportions. I'll tweak them tonight.

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Flame tank

suggest a hose or pipe added then

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jimmyzimms wrote:
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Flame tank

suggest a hose or pipe added then


Flame nozzle just under the prometheum aperture to ignite the liquid jet. ;)

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Flame nozzles will still need to be built. In the meantime I've been updating the tanks a bit. Following Moredakka's suggestion I've shrunk the weapons a bit. The lascannons might have to be bulked just slightly though since I'm worried the barrels might easily break off.

I also started working on yet another variant, I guess another version of the flamer turret. Which reminds me, any request for other types of turrets?


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Ah yes that's much better.

Other turrets, will think on it.

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