Traveller 2300: Dingo Assault APC

I took the hull of the Ocelot and built this. I managed to work out a way of building hover skirts in SU, but it really slows SU up.

Not strictly for Traveller 2300, but it could fit in. This does not appear on any site or book and is original.

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4 responses

  1. Ian, the stuff you do here is awesome!

    Have you, or have you ever considered lending your skills to producing miniatures?

    It seems to me that with the ever-improving technology of digital sculpting, you could bring some of these vehicles to the tabletops of wargamers everywhere.

    I know there are licensing issues with sme of the vehicles from published works, but your talents go beyond the simple interpretation of designs already in existence.

    -Eli

    March 28, 2011 at 10:55 pm

    • Ian

      Hello and thanks.

      It’s been mooted a few times that I should get 4D models done. Bang on, the tech’s got better and better. In fact the ship minis i painted are from a 3D model originally that Tyrel (Vbam guy) created. The Wardogs stuff really would be good as minis, alas the program I used was not really suited to make watertight model for RP or 3D casting. However now I use sketchup so I think it should be easier. I am pretty good at working to a brief so if someone want me to give it a try I could – time permitting…

      March 29, 2011 at 6:28 pm

      • Patrick Salvail

        Good day Mr Stead,

        i really love your work. I would like permission to base one of my card models that I make on this conceptof yours.

        I create models in card, create a master and cast in resin. if you want I can send you some pictures of my work.

        basicly I just want permission to base my next project on this hover APC.

        Patrick

        pat35_215@hotmail.com

        September 7, 2013 at 12:39 pm

      • Ian

        Hello,
        Not a problem go ahead! It was a test design that one and not used for anything at all!
        Love to see the result

        September 10, 2013 at 9:21 pm

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