Thursday, 6 August 2015

Tank or robot. More than meets the eye

Last monday I talked about a robo-tank coming as part of the Relic Knights starter set I exchanged with Keyan Sark. This is the boy:

I mean the tank. Keyan Sark is a way more complex biomorph
I wasn't excited about the Relic Knights stuff any more and I suddenly came with another one of my silly ideas. What if I change the position of this, add this other thing here, glue this other there... Voilà:

A porter robot! Quite useful for dock workers or merchants in general
I replaced the right arm pieces, but that was pretty much all, I had a functional robot that was asking for some paint:

A.L.B.E.R.T.: All-purpose Lifter of Bulky Elements Robot Transport
Some kind of wicked Roberto from Futurama (if that is even possible)
He was offered a role in the reboot of Short Circuit
But he is trying to get a role for Wall-e 2
I believe he will accompaning these two in my games
I think it was a fun approach and a way of making a different thing, which is always nice. Now I have to look for thr RT rules for robots and see what can I do with this!

12 comments:

  1. Looks fantastic: quirky, full of personality (or the robotic equivalent). Great job!

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    1. Thank you! Glad you like it, I think it was a fun twist of the original model, hehe :)

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    1. Thank you! Well, you are the true robot master, your collection is impressive, I'm still way too far from your genius!

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  3. Suber ... that is simply awesome. Your level of creativity is super high and more importantly you execute it very well. Most of the stuff in my head always get lost when it travels from my mind towards my hands. LoL :)

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    1. Thank you very much! Haha, these silly ideas just come on their own, I still have many, but I lack the skills to perform them, hehehe

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  4. Qué puedo decirte que ya no sepas?

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    1. ¡Jaja, muchas gracias! Todo comentario y crítica siempre es bienvenido :)

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  5. Ha that looks excellent great job fella!

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    1. Thanks! This was quite an enjoyable piece, seeing it unfolding from its original form :D

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  6. Damn, This is really Good!
    I better call Ridley Scott, and tell him to look here when he next time want to present a robot. =)

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    1. Haha, thank you, wow, now that is a compliment! It was fun to assemble, totally recommended experience!

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