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    Scorn's Workshop

    Hi all -

    Thought I'd post up a few of the in medias res kits I've got floating around my workbench.

    RX-79[G] HALIEX

    A High Altitude Low Insertion EXperimental modification to a standard RX-79[G] frame. The rear ammo can is field swappable with a minimum of down time.


    The backpack was originally designed for space use, but the balance was never solid enough to warrant further zero-g trials.


    Backpack from a variety of pre-HGUC 1/144 Ex-S Gundam parts and Builder's Parts bits. Gatlings and Ammo drum/chain from the Modelling support goods Hand Gatling and Belt Link kits.


    More to be added as I excavate my work desk...

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    mmmmm combat practicality. you seem like you would enjoy this thread. http://www.gundamforums.com/showthre...nd-development i know it looks like a lot of reading but it really does not take long. i LOVE things that make practical sense. also your HALIEX would benefit from a parachute. using a parachute would keep you from having to use fuel on the drop to slow your decent.

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    Re: Scorn's Workshop

    Quote Originally Posted by Zaku View Post
    mmmmm combat practicality. you seem like you would enjoy this thread. http://www.gundamforums.com/showthre...nd-development i know it looks like a lot of reading but it really does not take long. i LOVE things that make practical sense. also your HALIEX would benefit from a parachute. using a parachute would keep you from having to use fuel on the drop to slow your decent.
    mmmmmm I very much would enjoy that thread

    That's a good point on the parachute - I'll have to figure out a place to put it, but I like the idea.

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    Re: Scorn's Workshop

    Ooh I like this :3

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    Re: Scorn's Workshop

    Thanks! I've got a lot of detail stuff to sort out, like the chest details and other little bits, but I'm pretty happy with how it's coming along.

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    Re: Scorn's Workshop

    Very Nice.
    "Pssssssst...Hey you...yeah you...No, THE OTHER you, yeah, YOU, see that person sitting next to you...yeah, that one right there, light them on fire."

    "Cover me, I'm going stupid."

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    Re: Scorn's Workshop

    Thanks! I tried to keep this one as at least sort of modular - the backpack and ammo can aren't fixed in place, and the gatlings have the same sort of connector as the ammo cans. Not that I have any other modules yet, but the option is there.


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    Re: Scorn's Workshop

    The ammo thing is gonna be a big higher up right? Like the previous pics?

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    Oh yeah - I just detached it from the connector on the back to show (the square with the circular peg). It's literally just hanging from the ammo belts lol

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    Re: Scorn's Workshop

    OK that's what I thought. I'm loving it though. Good to know those hand gatlings are kinda small.

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    Re: Scorn's Workshop

    Yah - there's a bigger gatling I've got too, but these felt a lot better sized for this build.

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    Re: Scorn's Workshop

    You needed two of them right? Only one comes per set?

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    Re: Scorn's Workshop

    Yes, and the Belt Link also come one chain+can per set.

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    Re: Scorn's Workshop

    those guns are the perfect size for it.

    Zaku on kova luu.
    YOU WANT TO BE MORE THAN JUST A GRUNT? LEARN TO SEE THE BIG PICTURE!
    In the absence of orders, go find something and kill it. -Erwin Rommel
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    I'll agree with Zaku on the guns, they are the right size for this build.
    "Pssssssst...Hey you...yeah you...No, THE OTHER you, yeah, YOU, see that person sitting next to you...yeah, that one right there, light them on fire."

    "Cover me, I'm going stupid."

    "I've seen Hockey games where boxing breaks out, I want to go to a boxing match and watch Hockey break out."

    "My Gunpla work style is best described as the Hold my Beer and Watch This method."


 

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