Weighing in at close to 4.5 tons and mounting a massive 295mm cannon, this big bad piece of plastic is the latest in my line of artillery pieces. Now, get ready for a few paragraphs of me babbling on and on using a bunch of fancy military terms..but this is an artillery piece isn't it?
About this creation
The FP-105 is the biggest and baddest of all my artillery pieces. With its 295mm cannon and massive size, it's sure to strike fear into the minds of any foes it may encounter. It is the first AAS artillery piece to be fitted with its own power core and is usually fired in 3-5 round volleys in order to avoid draining the capacitators and prevent overheating.
Sorry about the crappy photo of the greebling and other fancy stuff, but my camera has just been driving me bananas.
The FP-105 is manned by one gunner/technician, as well as a couple engineers on the ground.
I put on some random insignia...something that had become a habit of mine.
The chassis and power core without the cannon attached. The power core is attached to two hoses that connect to the cannon itself, powering all the circuitry and targeting systems.
And I even remembered to do the bottom.
This big bad boy took me a lot of work, about 4 hours worth.
It's only a few days until Christmas up here in Canada, so I'm gonna start working on my U.M.T.D. Snow Legion Troopers.
Yeah I know its weird, I haven't seen him in about 3-4 years and the second I saw the pic of you I had to do a double take because your really do look exactly like him (i.e. hair, smile, glasses, everything) Plus his name is Matt and his last name starts with M. I was like OMG is that Matt M (well you are Matt(hew)M but my friend Matt M.)? Merry Christmas!