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dron1885 Dec 16 2013 says:

Nice lookin)) Turrets in gits was always cylindric/capsule like (or scorpion tale)), but I think that real tank one looks much better.

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Genocyber Dec 16 2013 replied:

Thanks man, yeah I thought that aswell - the original HAW 206 just didnt look right with that funny capsule turret and vacant spidery abdomen. Though I do understand their reasoning in that it was far more maneuverable.. But who cares about about science! Just make it look awesome I say :)

Thats said, while I reckon this new design is goin in the right direction, Im not 100% sure on it just yet. Think theres deffo room for improvements.

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dron1885 Dec 16 2013 replied:

Nope, they don't care bout science, just remember helicopter with twin side mounted rotors and giant peni... ehm, giant gun-attached-to-enormous-thing at front. Reason is more bug/scorpion/spider/wasp looking vehicles))
And yeah, there is room for improving, despite cool loking it's still a bit wrong. Maybe because turret so slick while rest is pretty bulky) can't understand yet.

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Vallenhast Dec 16 2013 says:

Amazing! This is hybrid of real tank and technologies from Ghost in the Shell!

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ccoates08 Dec 17 2013 says:

AH the Tachikoma' i will miss those little things

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HAW 209 Multiped Tank based on various multiped designs from Ghost in the Shell. This ones sort of an experiment, lemme know what you think!

Dec 16th, 2013
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