Finally, the HT-160 is through testing and ready for the battlefield. The newest, largest, and most deadly of the UNE's tanks on the battlefield of the 23rd Century, the Judgment can unleash hell to anything in it's path. It is armed with 2 large MK.III cannons and 2 smaller MK.II cannons, and is armored with up to a foot of titanium in the driver's area. It is manned by a driver and a gunner.
Note the lump on the front. This extra armor gives the driver more protection, as well as giving more room for long-range sensors.
Left side. Notice how it's body spreads out it's weight. This makes it ideal for unstable terrain and is often used by the Ice Corps in light of this. (maybe I'll make a variant?)
Back, with communications package.
I do love how the turret turned out. See once again it's spread position.
The turret rotates...
The hatch opens...
"Drive me closer, I want to hit them with my sword!"
Enhanced friction pads keep joyriding infantry from falling off...
And it's an amazing way to pick up chicks.
Based heavily off of this concept art. Gotta love the internet.
Quoting Spaztastic the Diabolical It's absolutely saturated with awesomesauce.
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Spaztastic the Diabolical
July 31, 2010
I can't believe that I missed this one. This is the most perfect example of a Future-ey tank I can find! It's low, giving it a small profile, it's sleek, making it aero/projectile-dynamic, and most of all, it's absolutely saturated with awesomesauce.
It's great but the square corners on the armor over the tread wheels bothers me a bit... maybe a couple of these pieces - http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=3176 - to round those sections off a bit? Minor nitpick on an awesome build.
Quoting CEO Wraith
Nice modern design, the quad guns seem a little excessive though. Also there seems to be a big hole under the turret when it is rotated. Aside from that it seems to be a really good design.
Hehe. I forgot about that when I was taking pictures. I had never gotten around to filling that in.