NCC troopers Aug 30, 2009 20:13:35 GMT -9
Post by Slick on Aug 30, 2009 20:13:35 GMT -9
In answer to your question its 2.5+3d. The legs are done in the same fashion that my other power armor is done but I have improved on the 2.5d armor so that when viewed from most angles it looks 3d. Here is a rundown on the parts.
5 parts that make up the leg armor. I have done these in varying thickness so that the plates can overlap on another to give it a more 3d feel. Also there are parts of the legs that have a front and back armor plate.
I was hoping to keep it like my other power armor and have 2 sets on 2 pages but thats not going to happen. So here is what you get for the model.
Page 1: Body, Hip, Shoulder Joint, Machine gun, Flamer, Rockets, Energy wep, Auto cannon, Sensor array and weapon shrouds
Page 2: Leg armor, Hip Joint, 2.5d reinforcements (more on this later) and 4 Legs (1 stepping forward, 1 stepping back, and 2 standing still).
IF I can I want to do two sets of weapons on page 1 so that yo can have 2 of the same weapon without printing another page but will see how the layout goes. They only thing I have left to do is make weapons for them and the weapon shrouds then build it and make instructions. All in all it should give you a large amount of options as far as how you want to put them together. If you mix up the weapon and leg combinations you can have about 20 different looking models.