Grav-Cycle MK2 (x1)

Grav-Cycle MK2 (x1) 3d printed Miniatures SciFi
I've been a bit depressed that the tank i've been working on is to pricy to produce. But I got to thinking there is no reason why I couldn't make some other kind of vehicle I've always wanted to see on the table top. Well here we have my MK2 grav cycle. Its designed to fit in with existing bikes but be unique enough to stand out. I've scaled it to fit traditional "marines" Its price actually fell right where I expected it to, right near the cost of "Official" bikes. In future I'll have thin it down a bit to lower that cost and make a set of riding legs and arms for it so the Scythes of the Emperor can patrol in style. enjoy.
cm: 5.712 w x 2.508 d x 2.508 h
in: 2.249 w x 0.987 d x 0.987 h

Comments

 
I really like this model, I'd suggest refining it and making an "attack grav-cycle" haha In regards to your tank: Perhaps you could make your tank available in individual parts, like a "kit" spread across individual models, and only provide the basics such as the chassis. Let others use their imagination and come up with doors, etc. Just about everyone that plays 40k appreciates the hobby side of it, the customization and conversion element, perhaps that would be more in spirit of the game. You could provide the dimensions the doors require, or make them so they can accept spare Rhino doors. Also, if you make just the chassis available, it will be cheaper for people who want to do Ork conversions; they're paying for less material than they'll probably wind up removing.
January 2, 2014, 3:07 pm
Small for a Space Marine. I really like the bike, the design proportions are great and the style is definitely of the Imperium. The only design change that I recommended is a resizing of the model. This bike will work great for imperial guard but even scouts look to big on it.
November 9, 2013, 9:56 pm
 
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