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Tough Tyrant Guard





Sacramento, ca

Well, i want to do a landraider interior, Im finding out once you do a interior of a landraider, there not much room in there for troops. The ammo bins for the heavy bolters, the las cannon fuel cells. Driver compartment, commader compartment, and Harkons micro wave stations ... Its get cramp inside... But here are some of the work ive done on it sofar. Right now every thing is put to gether for the main parts ( left and right side tracks ) assault hatch, side doors( yes i made mine so there are doors on both sides that open up.


I will be adding fiber optic lights to the headlights, turnsignals, montiors on board, a Over head light system.
The top of the landraider will still be removeable when finish so you can see the detail on the inside( thank goodness for strong magnets).
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side hulls

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driver hatch/ compartment

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commanders compartment

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hull put together

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yes i have doors on both side and support hatches were the weapon sponsons are to be placed

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driver compartment on main hull (not glued)

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commander compartment in place ( which blocks the doors)

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open up and say Awwwww

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commander comparment other side view.

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looking into the hatches.

   
Made in us
Dakka Veteran





Midland, TX or Wellington, New Zealand

Awesome, I really like it when interiors are done to there full potential, can't wait to see how it turns out!

See my scratch-build projects here: http://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/267859.page

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This is impressive!

I mostly glue everything shut - it is all I can normally do to get the outsides painted!

   
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Alluring Sorcerer of Slaanesh





Union, Kentucky United States

Alpharius wrote:This is impressive!

I mostly glue everything shut - it is all I can normally do to get the outsides painted!



agreed, my hats off to you good sir!

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Misery. Missouri. Who can tell the difference.

If you are worried about room, there is alot of room between the hull and the troop compartment for the energy packs and ammo cans for the weapons. On just needs to leave room for the track gear and the track rollers along the top and bottom. The pintle mounted weapons power supply can be ran right to the engine with a cable bunch running along the ceiling.

Since the machine spirt is much more advanced in the Land Raider I does not have to think in 20th/21th century mechanics. Space Marine power armor should be able to alot of operations since it is not using its systems to anywhere near what a battle brother is doing with armored boots the ground. Well, one would think that alot of the operation of the vehicle such as targeting and sensor data can be run through the power armor data displays in the commander's, driver's and gunner's helmet displays. You could almost think of it as Borg like connection ports.

Also, the driver and gunner could be near prone like in the M1A2 driver which could connected to the ceiling in a sling or seat type system. This would free up the troop compartment since there is alot of room between the where the T/L Hvy Bolter or T/L Assault Cannons are to the back of the vehicle.

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