Flying Chariot for Space Zombie Gaming
by Zarquon, published
I've been convinced by some friends to pull one of my old miniatures armies out of retirement. In the interest of avoiding intellectual property snafu's we'll call it a space zombie army. The game has changed a lot since I last played and I now need to update my supply of models. Ever since the company that makes the game got too DMCA happy on the fan who posted a tank here, they are blacklisted from companies I can purchase from; it's all custom models from here on out. Anybody who would use this can no doubt recognize the game and army I'll be playing without me using any trademarked/copyrighted terms.
This is the first model in the series. Eventually I'll be making a cannon to sit where the pilot is in this model to play this as a related model in game. After that I'll be scaling this up to make the larger aircraft in the army. Everything will be based on this model and I thought I would share it now in case any one better at CADing cannons wants to jump on board. Here's to hoping...
Obligatory: This model uses no non original artwork. No part of the posted STL files is property of any one other then me. This model is not actually intended to resemble the official models closely. The design of this model is based on asking 3rd party judges at the local tournaments what it would take to have a proxy they would accept. This model is not even intended to comply with the official game rules other then through the proxy rules at local 3rd party tournaments. Please don't DMCA me.
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