Oh yes. While the simplistic domed missiles of the XV's are nice in their own way, I prefer the GBP style boxes with hatch detail myself. Paulson's Mechafront miniatures and accessories also sport this style and they look great on the '88.
Shasfio wrote:Once again new project new post.
Here we have some nice tools to get you in close with your target.
Starting with a single blade, I figure mostly people will simply touch down the edge and paint this in some nice neon colors as an energy blade.
Down here we have better detail and a different blade (both to be available) The system is a unique hand, forearm shield, and blade all slotted and easily to assemble.
I've always thought that once you get to a certain tech level it's less mass and kinetic force and more energy fields etc. So I thought about it and said what the heck and did both. First we have the energy field generators lining the sides of the gauntlet, followed by the larger casing with a "knuckle buster" (thank you Masami Obari) inspired design. I figure it works on amplification of kinetic force, less zappy more just crunch.
Still having a hard time getting that plasma torch design onto paper,mini gatling, major gatling, and then maybe a mech head or two. I'm not sure where to go from there, maybe I'll finish a full mech body for that head. Maybe I could do a mech portable mortar or maybe a mini submunition system.
While I dunno about specifically designing parts for other companies' models I do have this design specced for attaching to a model's shoulder and inspired again by Macross with the smart packs they used to have.Deepstrike wrote:Ok, now you're going too far!!! How am I supposed to abstain from purchasing if you're going this route?
Now all you have to do is design the launchers that form to the contours of the crisis suits and I'll be a deadman.... Wife'll kill me.
I'm liking the panel lines in the 6-pack SMS. The shoulder mounted GBP styled box is pretty too. The MP looks nice in the triangular configuration but I feel the details there are a bit generic. Just an outside opinion though. I think if you enhanced the exit bulges with some vent detail, then they would really start to work. But I understand the scale is minute and that may not translate well to a printed piece.
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