As war evolves, so does the machines in it. The Creeper is a new addition to the Death Guard's military force. Its a lightweight tank, capable of fitting one person and carrying two additional soldiers on the side if holding the railing. It strays from traditional tanks by having four cannons instead of one. By having four cannons, it can fire 4 times at multiple targets or at once for a major impact on a single target. There are two cameras on the top front of the tank so the driver never needs to open the hatch and be vulerable to snipers. The cockpit contains radio transmiter, standard tank controls, and the ability to switch from standard imaging to either night vision or infrared for those tricky situations. It has a wider radio frquency so it can stray farther from its unit/ base making it great for scouting missions. All and all, being lightweight, multiple fire power, size, armor, vision, and wide range of communication, makes this an excellent tank for any small to medium military unit.
About this creation
You can see the dual cameras on top, headlights in the middle, the four cannons, and don't forget the Death Guard skull on the front.
The open hatch up top for entry to cockpit
Inside of the cockpit. Not much room but then again, it's meant to only hold a single driver.
-Below, main body without treads-
-Below, tread design-
This is my first try at a compact tank. I wasnít so sure on how to do the treads until I saw some scrap parts from another project (that I discontinued). I was also having problems on making a cannon that looks fierce yet practical. Well, I decided to think out of the box of traditional tanks and instead, I decided on four cannon barrels. Iím happy with the final form since it looks like it can do damage and move quickly for fast strike on opposing enemies.
Quoting El Barto !
Killer! Faked me out, though, figured it would be a lot longer tank. Whatever, looks great, Dude!
The length of the tank is based on the treads. To makes things funnier, these treads were originaly going to be used on a submarine project which involved six of them, which was scrapped later on though.