New Battlesuits

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Onos
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Re: Alternative Scratchbuilt Battlesuits

Post#61 » Jan 23 2016 11:08

Thank you very much Vaal' ke kovash'shi!! If you need help for the sword, please feel free to ask me everything ;)

These days I've worked on XV75 battlesuit, I'm at final stage of painting phase, I must finish right leg joint, right shin and feet. At this point this is the battlesuit:
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What do you think? Feedbacks?

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Onos
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Re: New Battlesuits

Post#62 » Feb 13 2016 06:49

Hi ATT!!!

I've finally bought a GW box related to battlesuits, XV8 battlesuit team. But not the last version, the old one.
I've immediately begun the conversion work, and this is the result:

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I've converted the chest sculpting new surfaces, similar to my XV78, I've also converted the rear side cutting the jetpacks and adding some intakes taken from the jetpack and changed the size of the knees.

For what concerns the weapon, I've tried to realize a fusion blade adding a transparent blade to a fusion cannon and scultping on it some flames with green stuff. Here the pic:

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What do you think about this conversion? I'd like to convert the other two battlesuit in this way!

Cheers

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redtide
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Re: New Battlesuits

Post#63 » Feb 14 2016 03:57

:fear: Wow, subscribed! Wonderful painting and work. I really like your camo and I'm quite inspired to try it my own. I also can't wait to see your custom XV8 painted! I'm sure that will look awesome.

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Redback
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Re: New Battlesuits

Post#64 » Feb 14 2016 05:30

I am not a fan of the blade but to me fair I have yet to see a fusion blade I like. However the rest of the model is great, up there with your other suits and I look forward to seeing it finished

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Onos
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Re: New Battlesuits

Post#65 » Feb 28 2016 06:53

Thank you very much Redback and Redtide!!!! Glad to read your comments :)

I've started to convert the second XV8, it will be the team leader of the XV8 group, so I've decided to realize something different from the first suit, with a big intake below the sensor head. This is the model:

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What do you think?
Feedbacks and comments are welcome as always! :biggrin:

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Vaal' ke kovash'shi
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Re: New Battlesuits

Post#66 » Feb 28 2016 10:36

Quick question - are your battlesuits RC or internally piloted? I personally think your models are very cool, but they look kinda like they have even less space for a pilot than the GW models...

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Onos
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Re: New Battlesuits

Post#67 » Apr 09 2016 11:24

For Vaal'ke kovash'shi: Starting from my XV8 to XV78, all my battlesuits are pilotated, if GW XV8 are considered "pilotated" also my battlesuits are pilotated, in fact I've modified XV8 increaseing its volume on chest, and XV78 is more bigger than XV88 Broadside (I think XV78 is perfect for a crew of two). Oh however thank you for the "cool" adjective :D

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Vaal' ke kovash'shi
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Re: New Battlesuits

Post#68 » Apr 10 2016 04:26

Oh, OK, I couldn't tell the scale without a comparison. Good to know that these suits would actually be more comfortable for pilots that the GW ones!

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Onos
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Re: New Battlesuits

Post#69 » Apr 16 2016 07:30

I've finally completed my first XV8, I've modified its sensor head in order to be similar to the design of the new Firewarrior helmets (viewtopic.php?f=35&t=23545&p=309872#p309872).

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I've given to the left arm a shield generator with the emblem of the Cadre, now it is similar to XV78 design but it also fits with my new unit thanks to the intakes on the sensor head, as I've made on the Firewarrior helmets:

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What do you think? Comments and Feedbacks are welcome as always.

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red'gue'vesa
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Re: New Battlesuits

Post#70 » Apr 16 2016 04:07

Very nice. It's always great seeing new and original sculpts from you.
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