Yep, I'm still working on the Legion Combat Assault Tank. I've been really busy and tired from work. But, I managed to make a custom Pilot figure, and now I'm finally at the painting stage. I've also been in talks with some people from Mig Ammo and Finescale Modeler about published some stuff. So hopefully, I can move a little faster if I get the go ahead.
For something different, I decided to build a little armored car, Tamiya's 1/48 Type 16. It's a modern Japanese 8-wheeled vehicle designed for the roadways of Japan. It was a fun little vehicle, and gave me something that I could actually complete while working on others things.
Also, I've been getting closer to finishing the build of the Combat Assault Tank. Latest update: working commanders hatch. Check it out.
Oh yeah, new larger format pictures. I'm going to try to start uploading much larger image sizes, but I don't know if I'll go back and resize the thousands of prior images.
So, I've started the tabletop miniature of the Combat Assault Tank. I've added some photo-etch grills and lots of little details so far. HOWEVER, I'm also trying to get back into some old projects, like my Kylo Ren Command Shuttle. I'd like to finish some stuff.
I do have a question: do I add a lower torso and small interior details to the figure and the top hatch?
I bought this guy last week, and I wanted to share. I love this design, and I really enjoyed building and painting the detailed (but minute) Bandai set. This one is from the Legion tabletop miniatures game by Fantasy Flight. They are 1/44 scale, but look very close to 1/48
A few others have talked about the Legion Combat Assault Tank, but I thought I'd add a few close-ups.
- Great detail on everything
- Tracks for accurate R1 model and have slots that prevent you putting them in backwards
- 2 guns to mount to the hatch
- both hatches can be modeled open
- slight seam lines on main guns
- side guns can rotate after being popped in
- 1/44 scale figure is very close to 1/48 AT-ST driver and old WotC miniatures
- two molds for each set of arms
- cargo containers are all separate and look great