Track racers series

Discussion in 'Gallery & Designs' started by stilgarhammer, Mar 19, 2013.

  1. stilgarhammer

    stilgarhammer Member

    Hey guys/gals,
    I have decided to do a series of sci-fi vehicles. Each vehicle is made up of separate blocks. This was done to allow the beginner to construct them easily. I had a happy accident, I realized, if you placed magnets under the white placement panels, They could become modular toys. Allowing a endless number of designs.

    A short back history.
    There is a planet called Natera, its a little hotter and larger than earth. There are 3 climate zones. Around the equator is the hottest and is made up of mostly sand, and little water found in small lakes and pools. Above and below this is the temperate zone, here it is mostly water with several islands surrounded by swampy type ground. Some islands are as big as a continent. Near the poles is a arctic type zone with all ice and temperature reaching in the negative during the nights.

    There are 6 great clans on Natera. They are the Cado, Gildas, Adair, Rhodri, Waylon, Angus. They are at Pre-space flight but do have satellites in space. There is now mostly peace having survived a 2000 year war that caused near extinction. The survivors of the war joined together and formed clans having several hundred to thousands of members. These clans now solve disputes with cross country races. Each clan has a different style vehicle depending where they live.

    I have four done in 3D models at this time. Here is a preview.

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  2. Rhaven Blaack

    Rhaven Blaack ADMINISTRATOR Administrator

    These are AWESOME looking models. The idea of using magnets to make the parts modular is GREAT>
    Your back story is nicely thought out and sounds good.

    I think that you are off to a really good start with these tanks.
  3. stilgarhammer

    stilgarhammer Member

    I have the last two 3D models done. Now I can get them ready for test building and release.

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