• My favorite part about the model has to be that these can swivel. - Mechanekton
  • Oh, but they cannot! they are fairly locked in place, albeit at an attractive angle as to appear capable of rotation. Perhaps a modification to the design is in order!
  • I think (dunno what the interior is like) that it should be pretty easy using technical technic techniques technically - Scøtty

Mark VI Rail Battle Wagon

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The three-inch quad cannon battery made the Mk. VI the most potent Commonwealth unit on the rails.

Built for Brickworld 2012, where one of my armored trains was nominated for best train in show.

For this photo, I tried to get the shadows so that the stud detail would be accented. Studs are used here for a "riveting" effect.

FateHeart, air or space, and 34 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. air or space 34 months ago | reply

    very nice work.

  2. .Tromas 34 months ago | reply

    This is great man! The lighting is fantastic.

  3. {№t Applicable} [deleted] 34 months ago | reply

    Congrats on the nomination!

  4. The Lego Man in the Hat 34 months ago | reply

    Sweet!!! Love armored trains!

  5. Chase Lewis [Vid] 34 months ago | reply

    Impressive continuity using the exposed studs in sort of a square pattern, almost to look like rivets or something. I dig.

  6. ¡CoIor! 34 months ago | reply

    That's sweet!

  7. Cicada Gin 34 months ago | reply

    heh, riveting.... :P

  8. Shuppiluliumas 34 months ago | reply

    The shaping and attention to detail really sell this as a possibly-real locomotive, and it was lots of fun to watch run!

  9. pasukaru76 34 months ago | reply

    Yep, always good for riveting.

  10. Scøtty 34 months ago | reply

    Oh I'm riveted alright

  11. SJ Commander - SPW / J-Tac / TPI 32 months ago | reply

    That's quite riveting indeed, old bean. Care for a spot of tea?

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