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This is a relaunch of the project that failed to fund a few days ago, they're trying reducing the cost and relying on people picking up more kits overall to make the numbers work (1600 rather than 1200 kits). I hope it works
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So I've long wanted a unique hover tank/APC to go with all my NOVA Corp figures, and last night I was suddenly inspired to create one.
Here are my results so far:
This is just the left half of the lower hull. Once I finish detailing it with the things I want to be symmetrical, I will mirror it, and then add additional detailing, and a turret. I'm creating this in Fusion 360, and from there I'll export it for printing on my 3d printer. I have no idea if I'll ever get around to painting it, as I still don't have my NOVA Corp soldiers painted beyond a base coat, though. We'll have to wait and see.
I've been on a bit of a Sci-Fi kick recently, so I'm going to be converting and painting up the Bones version of the Nova Corp troops.
The original head on this guy has a horrible mold line, so I swapped it with a GW Dark Eldar.
Nothing wrong with her head, I just don't like having a bunch of clones, so I'll be giving her a bare head.
With new head (from GW Wood Elves).
These are the same figure. The one on the left has the head from the female trooper added. The one on the right is the original head; as you can see the detail is lousy, so it got cut off.
The head/helmet with the lousy detail from the guy above is now hanging on her belt.
These guys have some extra equipment added.
One of the guys from above is going to become a sniper.
And his rifle, courtesy of a GW Tau.
That's all for now, but I have a few more conversions to do before painting starts.
Rocky and Bullwinkle naming aside, this is the truck. I originally started building it as a follow up to the death dumpster, but it fit together neatly enough I decided to see how it looked without orking it up. I still haven't decided if I want to clean it up and gap fill, or add a bunch of plates bolts and teef.