ISV-1 Final

With the Bradley Fighting Vehicle family aging rapidly, the PCU has sought for a new machine to support mechanized infantry on the Border. OAAE has designed the ISV-1, with heavy input from Idaho Labs. Designed with you in mind, it has a TOW launcher on the side, as well as a replaceable cannon. The mounted cannon right now is a 20mm, but it can be changed to 110mm smooth bore, or 120mm howitzer.

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  • Awesome O'saurus 4y

    Me gusta. Though the front slope is a bit boring, at least it's got no weak points.
  • Alex 4y

    I hate the front.
  • Macho_Man_2000 4y

    Alex
    Constipated, couldn't give a shit.
  • Alex 4y

    Macho_Man_2000 I'm gonna tell you what I've been telling you for the past six months.

    You have so much potential, like Nate did, the problem with you is, you don't take people's criticism and fix what needs to be fixed. You build the same old crappy noses that Awe builds (no offense, John), and you don't improve. If you'd just listen to me and improve, you'd be a MUCH better builder.
  • Macho_Man_2000 4y

    Alex
    The problem is, you say "Nose is bad." and then just leave it at that. I don't know what you don't like about it, so I can't fix it.
  • Awesome O'saurus 4y

    Alex I use it because it works. And because I don't yet have a way to make a better one. I've tried, but it goes nowhere.
  • Alex 4y

    Macho_Man_2000 Okay, I don't like it because it's just a simple nose, no complexity and nothing that makes me go "Wow, that's nice!".
  • Ian MacDonald 4y

    Alex Cccc-cooommbo Breaker!

    What have you built that even has enough of a nose that you can bag on Nick's?
  • Alex 4y

    Ian MacDonald It's marked as private, friends only.
  • Ian MacDonald 4y

    Alex What, the seemingly 1 creation with a decent nose or this conversation?

    .
  • swellsington 4y

    Alex You have no proof then, idiot. c:
  • nadnerB eroD 4y

    Front is pretty... monotonous.
  • Ian MacDonald 4y

    swellsingtonWhen did I need proof? I asked the quetion. You're the one who needs to prove something....
  • swellsington 4y

    Ian MacDonald Herp derp. That was aimed at Alex, in case you missed his icon in my comment.
  • Dr. Spontaneous 4y

    Although I enjoy the idea of this vehicle, the execution is a bit bland. The front portion stands to be just a few slopes stacked instead of looking the part of a military vehicle. Not to self-promote and be a egotistical dick, but if you look at my recent IFV on the Pages, you can see that integrating both sloped bricks and hinged plates can add a bit more texture and breaks up the "LEGO" feel, for the lack of a better term, as well as the ability to add a few trinkets and greebs for shits and giggles. The turret is also a bit too far back for my tastes; I'd move 'er up a few plates or so. Finally, I'd add some additional fuel tanks to the rear. Newer variants of the M113 and the like have these and it doesn't really reduce combat effectiveness and protection granted they are external and collapse upon heavy impact [meaning they won't pour stream upon stream of liquid fuel on the dismounts]. Just my two cents.
  • Macho_Man_2000 4y

    I actually looked off of yours for a tad bit of inspiration. Ah well, off to the drawing board once more.
  • Macho_Man_2000 4y

    Note to all Parties: My computer won't open up this file, so I will have to start from scratch to right the wrongs.
  • Dr. Spontaneous 4y

    I thought you might've when I saw the cheese slopes on the side.
  • Ian MacDonald 4y

    swellsington Oh how I have derped. I'm sorry. I thought you were Alex in a stupendous feat of failed observation.
  • Who Knows? 4y

    My suggestion is that you make tiered 1x2 slopes facing left-right, which gives it a cool sculpted look. The sides are cool though.
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