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Yes, it's not a tank. Kudos to the first gifted child to point that out. Nonetheless, it's the biggest and most intimidating looking thing in my army at the moment, and it's representing a grav-tank. The whole battlemecha concept, I am loving it, so I decided to do this.
x1 Warlock Titan Epic
x2 Tyrant Guard Bodies
x1 Plasticard Shield
x1 GWing Rifle
x1 Nightbringer Lower Half
Looks great dude. Can we get a lower angle on some of the pics so we can really see what he looks like.
I like the idea of a "non-tank" tank. I don't know how many people in a GW store would take it though. Although you shouldn't have any problems fielding it as a Wraithlord if you wanted to.
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yeah, it looks like a very well done model, but I would be able to respond better with some lower angle pics.:yes:
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That thing looks great. I agree another angle would probably help give a better impression of it, maybe with another model to get a better sense of perspective?
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Thats not a tank
It looks cool though I can't figure it out :rofl:
I like it, very Neon Genesis "Angel" like - ie cool but a little scary
I don't understand why tanks always have to be tank shaped, expecially since there are titans in the game.
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It looks pretty sweet.
I especially like the insanely large gun.My only real issue with this is:Originally Posted by red120
Where does it transport troops?
Does it carry them in its backpack?
Or are you fielding it as a Falcon without ever having it act as a transport?
Or is there something I'm missing due to the angle of the photographs?
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Yeah, the troop transport thing was a problem when I considered it, however, since the whole thing is magnetized, it's easy enough to throw on a troop module or something if I decide I want WYSIWYG transport capability. As guys who saw my other conversion history, I'm not really a stickler for WYSIWYG, as long as it look great and has "effect" cinema, I'll make it.
I added three pics, one of the base-level shot, another two close up back and front shot with the guns and shields taken off to show more detail; the camera / lighting isn't too good unfortunately, many my items packed up because moving soon.
Overkill, but excellent converison. Good job.
Originally Posted by mpdscott
I thought exactly the same thing as soon as I saw the pics.
Very cool conversion.