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Neyo Wargear

Member Since 08 Apr 2012
Offline Last Active Yesterday, 09:27 PM

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In Topic: Art of a Wargear

Yesterday, 03:43 PM

Deathtober

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You cannot force open the gate, one must be allowed to pass through.

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The place where the elect is marked and reborn for eons unknown.

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One must bear the marks within their skin to prove their worth.

I feel off this challenge due to school and stress of something effecting my family for over a year. I've considered finishing it, we'll see.

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Giant spiders with smog producing alchemy factories for my roommate's D&D campaign.

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Toying with colors for my kaiju.

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Drew my current D&D character, Carrion, while playing D&D.

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T4A2 Arlington Light Tank. Nicknamed 'Burning Sky' by its crew. Destroyed one tank and shot down 4 planes. It has a dual mount of 1in/25.4mm autocannons and has infrared nightvision device attached to the cupola turret.

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Finally a full body rendering of Perdition, the rival of my flagship kaiju, Ouvolk.

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Concept sketches for a commission.

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Finished commission.

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Kitsune. A Japanese superheroine I drew back in 2019.

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Kyubi-No-Kitsune/Kyubi. My 2020 take on formerly Kitsune.

I'll post some more later.

In Topic: The LEGO T29 Heavy Tank Series and Derivatives Project

05 November 2020 - 05:51 PM

T29 HT V2
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T29E3 HT V2
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Changed the barrel to match the ones on the T30, T30E1, and T34 HTs. Should reduce the price of these two models by $21.

In Topic: Dwarf "Fury" Siege Tank 2.0

28 October 2020 - 12:19 PM

Yeah, I do a combo of new and used parts and only US storefronts because I ain't dealing with international shipping. Even with only US shipping, my T71 Detroit Arsenal LT was $25 more due to just shipping. The actual parts for the tank was only about $55 which isn't too bad for 500 odd pieces.

 

What kind of diorama are you intending to make with this dwarven siege tanks?


In Topic: The LEGO T29 Heavy Tank Series and Derivatives Project

28 October 2020 - 12:09 PM

T34 Heavy Tank

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FINISHED PRODUCT:
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HISTORY:
Wanting greater firepower in American tanks, the Ordnance Department in early 1945 looked to converting a 120mm antiaircraft gun into an anti-armor capability. 120mm Gun T53 and had a muzzle velocity of 3150ft/s with a 50lb solid shot and 4100ft/s with HVAP (Hypervelocity Armor Piercing). 17 May 1945, OCM 27662 recommended that two of the T30 Heavy Tanks be armed with a 120mm gun and re-designated as Heavy Tank T34. This action was approved on 31 May [1945].

The T29, T30, and T34 heavy tanks were all going to be equipped with a Ford GAC engine, but after V-J Day the T30 HT was going to test the Continental AV-1790 engine. 7 November 1946, OCM 31202 recommended the T34 pilots should also use the Continental engine instead of a modified Allison V-1710 aircraft engine.

The T34 Heavy Tank's T53 120mm Gun required 4 inches of solid steel to be welded onto the rear of the turret as a counterweight. The T53 120mm Gun used two-piece ammunition and the total round weighed 100lb. Each piece weighed 50lb and required two loaders.

Testing of the T34 Heavy Tank occurred both at Aberdeen Proving Ground and Fort Knox that test firing caused dangerous amounts of smoke and carbon monoxide within the turret. Flarebacks also hospitalized at least two men at Fort Knox and several others lost their eyebrows and hair there and at Aberdeen. The flarebacks were caused by unburnt powder gases in the gun tube being sucked back into the turret due to the cartridge case being ejected from the cannon breech. The flash resulted from the hot gases mixing with the oxygen in the turret. To prevent flarebacks, a bore scavenging system was installed and this caused bore excavators to become standard on American tank guns.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Length: 463.5in
Width: 149.7in
Height: 126.9in
Crew: 6 (Commander, Gunner, Loader x2, Driver, Co-Driver)
Weight: 143,600lb
Armor: 0.5in-7.0in
Primary Armament: T53 120mm Gun (34 rounds) ((5rpm))
Coaxial Armament: M2 0.50in HMG x2 (2090 rounds)
Bow Armament: M1919A4 0.3in MG (2500 rounds)
Engine: Continental AV-1790-3, V-12, Air-cooled
Max Speed: 22mph
Range: 100 miles

In Topic: Dwarf "Fury" Siege Tank 2.0

27 October 2020 - 03:14 PM

This looks much better than the previous iteration. I really like the sloped front, especially the upper front plate (UFP).

 

$172.47 for only 419 pieces is pretty steep my guy. You've got expensive tastes, haha! Are you buying only new parts?

 

Out of all the tanks I've done and bothered to check prices, only 1 is more expensive than yours, but it has 3x more pieces. Although I should go back and check to see how expensive they are now.