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walkingclay by flaketom walkingclay by flaketom
Cause I haven't submitted anything for a while, some old clay renders , which I had lying around. This one of two legged tanks, the hummel and the nashorn, done for :iconrob-cavanna: s Operation Dragonslayer : [link]
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CUTANGUS Apr 27, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
I also found the six-legged the more suitable to military operations.
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:iconflaketom:
You're probably right about that one, but four legs enables it to move faster. But in terms of stabilization six legs sure make sense. Although it could fire from a hull down position.
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:iconsoundwave3591:
one would think the Hummel would have more legs, to provide a more stable firing platform.
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:iconflaketom:
Makes sense and it would look so frog like as well...Gonna have a try, how it looks with six legs.
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:iconsoundwave3591:
then again, now that i think about it, the Nashorn IS direct fire, so you would want a stable platform for that as well...and they are both based on the Mk IV...so why not let both have six legs?
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:iconflaketom:
Yeah, six legs for both seems the most realistic, especially as they share the same chassis. So the same six legs for both would also make most sense when it comes to production. But then this distinguishes them a bit...:P
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orcbruto Apr 10, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The six-legs looks more stable =D
Liked them a lot!
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