Wow man this is amazing! I'm glad you started building again it's been too long. After seeing this tank, I know understand the meaning of love at first sight. Haha anyhow you should check out my MOCs? I know you reviewed my older ones and disliked them when I first joined but I have some much better creations now. Just take a look. Thanks man keep building.
I have to rate this, so I'm giving it the same as the current popular vote (5.) I wouldn't vote it up if I had the choice, but I'm not going to rate it down.
@Luke: The machine gun design isn't mine to begin with (Nick told me to use it,) so go ahead!
@Ryan: I'd rather not make instructions, because then everyone would know how flimsy this thing really is! Actually no, but I'd really rather not have everyone and his mum building one of these.
@John: Yes, this was definitely meant to be a walker from the beginning; I even ordered $35 worth of parts so I could get 6 legs. Don't worry though, they didn't all go into legs!
@Will: Nick has told me he likes this. In fact, it won second place in his RAMMtacular contest.
@T.R: I actually prefer tanks with treads as well, but I built this for a contest, and as the first RAMM vehicles were all standard military vehicle types equipped with legs, I thought it would be appropriate.
@Ryan: I don't really do instructions, sorry. Reverse-engineer it all you want, but I won't hand it to you on a silver platter.
@Joe@Will: Haha, if you're talking about the giant radiator, I see what you mean. You'd be surprised how much heat a couple of turboshaft engines can create though. Thanks on the feet, those were one of the features that took me the longest to get right.
@Luke: The ladder was one of my favorite details as well. I was going to put a shovel and pickaxe on there somewhere as well, but I forgot. :(
@Calvin: Thanks! And yes, Joe (Or is it Will?) is right: The legs do move.
@Firas: Thanks. :)
This is such an original design. Usually, walkers are brought on from lack of treads, but it looks like you meant for it to be this way. What with the angles, the near studlessness, and the overall detail that was put into this piece is astounding. Keep up the good work!
Great design man, and I'd be really suprised if it ever overheated. The leg structure is nicely done, my favorite being the balance on the inverted 1x1 slopes. Yeah Calvin the legs can move, if you look close at the picture showing the joints their affixed via a ball joint, not just a standing tank, a strolling one indeed.