I've been meaning to build a decent suit of power armor lately, but the designs weren't
really Minifig scale. As in, it didn't look as though someone could fit
in there (long legs/arms and such). I actually was inspired by the T-51b power armor from
Fallout 3. Anyways, here's a pretty good fig-scale power armor.
PS I added step-by-step (sort of) instructions on how to build this...
The simplicity of the suit is just plain
So have fun building and customizing as you please! Just remember to give credit!!
Not too much greebling here, but I wanted to still give it that intricate look.
The armor is equipped with a large combat pack to hold ammo and supplies.
The funny looking blue studs on the bottom are small thrusters that give the
wearer (limited) flight capabilities.
As you can see, it's actually pretty flexible.
Another shot of the armor. The best part about this armor is that
it's easily modifiable for all sorts of different combinations.
I'll be sure to post the variations on a Tk-108 variants page
The armor also includes a pair of combat illuminators for...
...night operations. The Tk-108 is a great choice for
stealthy assault operations due to it's relatively small size.
The Tk-108 is assembled from six major pieces:
Helmet, Arms (L&R), Legs (L&R), Torso and Backpack
Another tf2 and Fallout fan I see. My only irk is not at the build itself, but that no one acknowledges any previous Fallout games. You see, the T-51b powered armour was in all three major Fallout installments. I'm a supernerd, I know...