An experiment in repulsorlift technology, it was used behind the front lines and away from mafor battle to haul cargo and small squads around. Although, if nessecity arose, it could be pushed into the front lines, although it usually went without passangers, because of the transport's poor protection against enemy fire. Due to being experimental it was known to ocasionally malfunction and ocasionally "jump".
Told ya it could be pushed into combat if neccesary!
Gatling gun for dealing with infantry, and protesters.
Moar pointless greebles! The sniper magnet troop bay, this is what I meant by poor protection, although I wonder how many COPcakes could be carried here...
Air vents on a transport? Well continously defying gravity must generate a lot of heat, so it has to come out some way, right?
And as an extra... COP sig figgy V.2! Now even more of a G then before...
Did you know that...
...this is a mix of Ian Macdonald's C.O.P Hovertank, and his Gotha Recon Transport?
...most of this transport is built using SNOT?
...I was probably subliminally inspired by the Higgin's boat used in WWII?
...this may be my first classic Coalition style creation?
...the grey trooper is an engineer?
...my coalition sig is actually a Thyrendi?
...the aMOCalypse shall come?
Quoting Andrew Somers
WWII landing boats? you mean the 'Higgins' boats? Any way, nice work here, and I love your background. How'd you photograph this fine work of bricks?
Thank you for that information! I photographed it using a black background, in a room with a nearly transparent roof, I'll see if I can add a picture of my photo set-up in my next post. However photographing using a black background limits photography time to around 10 am to 2 pm.