Paulson's Armory

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Post#171 » Jan 04 2016 12:55

Jefffar wrote:It's also not like GW hasn't had some form of barrel support on a rotary weapon before:

As I said, but it have only one, under (like Imperium other heavies: laser canoon, autocannon, ...) and supporting an unique muzzle (silly: your barrels spinning speed is then tied to the projectile speed, kind of ridiculous and dangerous is something slow down a little your bullet...).

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Post#172 » Jan 04 2016 06:15

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Post#173 » Jan 05 2016 02:36

Original Gatling has support on the left/right, not under/over, and they not brace all the muzzles at once.

And in GW "borrowing", there is also Heinlein "Marines in Drop-podded Power Armor with Jetpack", "Hive mind" and "cheapless insectoid fodder" are also Orson Card Formics, ...
Thanks for this history lesson (some details have escaped me, like the Dune knock-off)
It's hard to be original when doing sci-fi/fantasy designs, specially if you want something recognizeable for sale to newcomers...

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Post#174 » Jan 05 2016 04:14

In all honesty, the fact that GW melds so many elements from classic Sci-Fi and Anime Mech (Hell, Battletech, Macross and Patlabor fandom is what led me to play Tau in the first place) is what I like about it. You could say that the idea for Anthropomorphic robots in modern media was ripped off from Fritz Lang, but then again, I think Talos was an Ancient Greek myth about a Bronze Automaton -- come to think of it, isn't that word constructed from Greek roots?

To be fair, Dune was inspired by the 1950s struggle for political/ideological dominance in the middle-east-- which makes sense considering Herbert's education and profession when writing the books. Replace "Spice" with "Crude Oil," and "House Harkonnen" with the Stalinist/Russian/Socialist influence that were prevalent in the middle-east at that time, since after WW2 and the Marshall Plan, Russia has been trying to use its control over energy resources and saw the middle-east as its main competition/potential business partners. Also, replace "House Atreides" (which itself was drawn from the ancient Greek, Homer) with the western influence vying for Spice, erm, Oil (Capitalism/Liberalism, and the promise of "independence and self-governance").

Actually, pretty much everything-- from Walt Disney to William Shakespeare-- was ripped off from the Ancient Romans, who copied the Ancient Greeks, who were influenced by the Persians, who stole from Assyrians, Egyptians, Sumerians, etc.

Also, I like your work Paulson, I ordered your CIB alternatives when I first saw them on eBay-- I ordered two batches of 6. They're super easy to magnetize, and they look gorgeous painted. I plan to order more, and possibly pick up some of the Not-AFPs.

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Post#175 » Mar 19 2016 09:39

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Post#176 » Mar 20 2016 12:28

I've completely lost track on your line of weapons!

Was particularly interested in the earlier dual weapon designs, and wow did they come out looking good!
Planning to purchase a few of each dual options for some XV-9/Crisis suits. Aswell as a bunch of Ion Energy Blasters (honestly the best-looking Ion alternative we have).

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Post#177 » Apr 08 2016 04:56

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Post#178 » Apr 08 2016 09:49

I love them! Good size for the heavier missile launchers.

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Post#179 » Apr 08 2016 09:53

Interesting. Could it also be used as HYMP-esque weapons on the Broadsides?

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Post#180 » Apr 09 2016 03:02

Have you got any plans to make a markerlight that can be attached to the top of the suit? Like the forgeworld one ;)

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