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That would be cool. Even more if when loading bodies and arms at the same time they're positiones in the pegs. That way you could mix and match however you wanted but you could also make "full" minis at a time.
   
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Chunky robots are

Only thing I'm not totally sold on is the tabards, but that might be a personal preference. Never liked mechanical ones / ones on mechanical beings as I don't see the function
   
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I didn't really see these guys as pure robots, more as very deformed humans. Imagine Tetsuo the Iron Man in Terminator armour if you will. The tabards are a bit of a quasi grimdark element.


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With or without tabards?

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Madison, WI

I prefer with.

Anvildude: "Honestly, it's kinda refreshing to see an Ork vehicle that doesn't look like a rainbow threw up on it."

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Personally, me too, but if you end up doing that Patreon you wanted... why not both?
   
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Maybe a third way would strike a nice middle ground with a, how do you say, "codpiece"? Seriously though!

Does look a little bare with nothing at all, although I personally like it better. Thanks for whipping up that visual so fast

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The version without the tabard might be developed later on. In the meantime I've been tweaking the tabard ones. First of all, I've beefed the tabards up a bit, this would allow for easier printing. But then there's the question: shorter or longer tabards?


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Shorter.

Anvildude: "Honestly, it's kinda refreshing to see an Ork vehicle that doesn't look like a rainbow threw up on it."

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I don't have a strong opinion either way, I like both ^^
   
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If I am gonna sell the STL's through a Patreon, I could always have one of these three as the 'standard design', and then have the variant designs only available for those who support the higher tier ('access to variant designs' or something like that).

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Hmmm the wider tabards now look like they interfere with the legs, could you just do shorter of the original tabards (including texture, which looked good to me)?
   
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 RiTides wrote:
Hmmm the wider tabards now look like they interfere with the legs, could you just do shorter of the original tabards (including texture, which looked good to me)?

Well, if they touch the legs they'll be easier to print, separated from them it will need supporting.
   
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A quick experiment, been very intrigued by the notion of MicroHulk, a pocket version of Space Hulk, so I started out trying to make some modular 75mm x 75mm tiles...


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In the meantime...

The walls allow for all sorts of bits to be crammed in them:


So whilst the tiles themselves are pretty set and standard, I have been making a wide array of possible wall setups:


I'd also like to develop theme based bits...

Library:

The library kit current consists of 4 wall bits (each containing different stacks of books) and a cogitator bank. I'd probably would like to add some separate piles of books that have been dropped on the ground.

Sickbay:


This kit currently consists of a med-bed, cogitator bank, and locker. I'd like to add another wall panel with a surgical servo arm mounted on it, and maybe another bed variant that has some sort of MRI scan device on it. I'm still in doubt whether I should do the bodies of the patients separately or as part of the bed.

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That's pretty cool.

Anvildude: "Honestly, it's kinda refreshing to see an Ork vehicle that doesn't look like a rainbow threw up on it."

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Would there be any interest in these Titanicus scaled crates?



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I'm not versed in titanicus, but could be scaled for some loot crates for stargrave?
   
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I guess that if you'd make them 4 times as big, they'd make for suitable crates for Stargrave.

Hmm, and here I am wanting to play Titanicus scaled Stargrave...

In the meantime...

Potted cacti:


Labour caste fellows (carrying various types of luggage):


Labour caste fellows (empty handed):

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Various logistics bits:






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Space pears, booze and space porn (I assume that's whats in the books )!

Perfect as objective markers.

Please excuse any spelling errors. I use a tablet frequently and software keyboards are a pain!

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Exactly! Do keep in mind that all of this is designed for Titanicus scale!

Meanwhile, who needs some 6mm/8mm scaled vending machines?



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Thought people might want to add some livelihood to those grimdark Civitas Imperialis roof terraces when playing Titanicus!

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Need some speakers?


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LOL!

Anvildude: "Honestly, it's kinda refreshing to see an Ork vehicle that doesn't look like a rainbow threw up on it."

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Do you think those creatures could be printed as single piece models or should I do the legs separately? Note that they are 6mm scale. They are about 7.5mm tall, 12mm long, and 6mm wide.

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Hm.... I think they should probably be fine single piece, depending on the actual isles.
   
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Ditto.

Anvildude: "Honestly, it's kinda refreshing to see an Ork vehicle that doesn't look like a rainbow threw up on it."

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Teaser of things to come...

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The first bunch of terrain kits I've designed are now available on my Cults3d!

Type Alpha Logistics Crates:

The Type Alpha Logistics Crates fit perfectly on smallscale terrain. Originally designed for 6mm-8mm scales, it can probably be upscaled for 15mm gaming as well.

Contents:
- 1 closed crate
- 16 opened crates (various types of contents)
- 1 crate handler (figure is about 7.3mm tall)

https://cults3d.com/en/3d-model/game/type-alpha-logistics-crate

Type Beta Logistics Crates:

The Type Beta Logistics Crates fit perfectly on smallscale terrain. Originally designed for 6mm-8mm scales, it can probably be upscaled for 15mm gaming as well.

Contents:
- 1 closed crate
- 10 opened crates (various types of contents)
- 6 combinations of stacked crates
- 1 crate handler (figure is about 7.4mm tall)

https://cults3d.com/en/3d-model/game/type-beta-logistics-crate

Type Gamma Logistics Crates:

The Type Gamma Logistics Crates fit perfectly on smallscale terrain. Originally designed for 6mm-8mm scales, it can probably be upscaled for 15mm gaming as well.

Contents:
- 1 closed crate
- 15 opened crates (various types of contents)
- 1 crate handler (figure is about 7.3mm tall)
- 8 combinations of stacked crates

https://cults3d.com/en/3d-model/game/type-gamma-logistics-crates

Type Delta Logistics Crates:

The Type Delta Logistics Crates fit perfectly on smallscale terrain. Originally designed for 6mm-8mm scales, it can probably be upscaled for 15mm gaming as well.

Contents:
- 1 closed crate
- 10 combinations of stacked crates
- 2 crate handlers (each little less than 7.5mm tall)

https://cults3d.com/en/3d-model/game/type-delta-logistics-crates

Type Alpha Transport Drums:

The Type Alpha Transport Drums fit perfectly on smallscale terrain. Originally designed for 6mm-8mm scales, it can probably be upscaled for 15mm gaming as well.

Contents:
- 1 individual transport drum
- 5 combinations of transport drums stacked on top of each other
- 5 combinations of transport drums stacked next one another
- 1 handler (figure is about 7.2mm tall)

https://cults3d.com/en/3d-model/game/type-alpha-transport-drums

Type Beta Transport Drums:

The Type Beta Transport Drums fit perfectly on smallscale terrain. Originally designed for 6mm-8mm scales, it can probably be upscaled for 15mm gaming as well.

Contents:
- 1 individual transport drum
- 5 combinations of transport drums stacked on top of each other
- 5 combinations of transport drums stacked next one another
- 1 handler (figure is about 6.9mm tall)

https://cults3d.com/en/3d-model/game/type-beta-transport-drums

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