Onos wrote:Thank you joc-wi!!! I'm in accord with you, it has much more sense in its group with the same design, and it has been designed and thought exactly for this reason, to be coherent with this "retro" and "sci-fi/apocalyptic" beheviour.
Thank you also to you Raverrn! It is a little bit "high" respect the infantry
In the beginning I've realized XV78 for my Cadre commander, but then I've decided to make another XV78. Having two exemplar of XV78 I've decided to realize another battlesuit for my commander, something similar to the XV78 but more "experimental" respect the two previous exemplars... so this is my XV72 Vulcan TESTYPE, it should be the testype before the realization of the mass production models:
I've used some parts of my dismissed battlesuits, realizing a battlesuit with a design that is very similar to the Vulcan Mass Production design. This is the model without weapons, instead this is the model with two swords (I've changed a little bit also the design of the weapon, infact in this version the "blade" is not transparent, it is made from a coloured plastic, something brown or similar, and the tip is not sharp but rounded):
What do you think?
Feedbacks, critics and suggestions are welcome as always!
OnIn - Onos Industries
BabaGanoosh wrote:I really love the forearms and hands on this model; what parts are those and do you have other angles of view on them?
you have created a new verb: Onosifing! It is an honour for meTael wrote:always wondered what would happened when you Onosified a regualr XV8.
Tael wrote:"The apparent stylistic tones of onosification are clearly apparent in the etched hexography across the plastic substrate.."
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