Warhammer 40K Vulture

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  1. silveroxide

    silveroxide Well-Known Member

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    Yes, it is in the download section. If you look to the left side column, check the most popular files and you will find the vulture. It is the Warhammer version, not my modified one. When you build it or attempt to build. Go to the GW home page and do some research to make it more detailed. Have fun:thumb:
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    Sir , i am a Big Fan of 40k models, and this is another great looking one to me.
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    A truly inspired build and a most clever interpretation of a 40K vehicle, Kudos !
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    silveroxide Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for the comment Patron zero. It still has the basic structure of the Vulture underneath those add on panels and the skids were discarded for wheels.
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    I like how you 'integrate' 40K designs to the more 'conventional' world, not really been a big fan of the aircraft until your project has made me give such a second look.

    Just curious if you apply similar treatment to any of the 40K armor and related vehicles ?
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    I might use it in my futur battle of warhammer 40K :D :D :D
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    silveroxide Well-Known Member

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    I do have a tendency to enhance the Warhammer models when I build them. I have done the Rhino, Chimera, Thunderbolt Lightning and a landing pad my way but all to the Warhammer gaming scale.
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    silveroxide Well-Known Member

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    40k


    Go for it, but on a separate note. Check with the gaming rules. It used to be under the old Rule book, that you could scratch build vehicles for gaming as long as you stayed within the guidelines. The new rule book does not appear to have this scratched built guidelines in it. With this in mind, I do not believe that you can used this pieces in a GW sanctioned game but you may used them in local chapters with permission.:wave::wave::wave:
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    I liked the mods to. I was always iffy about it. But now that it has been done, I like it better
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    silveroxide Well-Known Member

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    Sometimes I like to envision a what if model and this was one of them. I am glad that you liked the build.
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    Wow, how did you make it?
  12. silveroxide

    silveroxide Well-Known Member

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    Flyer


    It is the regular flyer. The big round fan and the rest of the engine is there underneath. I just placed the armor plating around them. Another thing is that I got rid of where the skid pads and gave it a conventional tricycle landing gear. In the instructions, it called for the seats to be back to back but I made them both forward looking. Another Item was the scratched built inside cockpit and instruments.:wave::wave::wave: