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Kickstarter to fund the molds necessary to make a plastic miniatures starter set for Dream Pod 9's Heavy Gear Blitz - Tabletop Wargame.
1,015 backers pledged CA$ 150,406 to help bring this project to life.
Jeff La Belle, ldjessee, and 7 more people like this update.


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      Cameron McElwrath on

      Love the new head and visor, the missile launcher pod looks sturdy, which is great. I really like the subtle peace river logo on the frontal hip plates and the fuel tank. Needs a bit more bicep, slightly longer femoral bone maybe, and reduce the shoulders a bit, and it will be perfect. Looks nice and sturdy though, good rendition.

    2. kayuna2000 on

      In this model, I think the shoulder is big, the upper arm and thigh are short.

    3. wouter

      I agree with Scarlet and in particular with the shoulders.
      While I understand the need to protect these shoulder joints, they are better armoured than the pilot.

    4. Rolando Mejia FBS4243 on

      Some of the Paxton designs are a little like gorilla gears, with broad chest amd big arms but slightly smaller legs, like the gladiator.

    5. ldjessee on

      Looks good!

      I think after looking at this and the pics for the metal squad on DP9's website, the arms look further out and slightly larger than the Hunter's proportion, so I think that is just a Warrior thing, but I am not a PA expert.…

      DP9, have a great summer vacation!

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      Robert Duncan

      100% agree with the below. Arms too big (but otherwise looks cool!), really appreciate the quality updates and interest in feedback.

    7. Scarlet

      The arms seem too big proportional to the torso, like the shoulders are big and the arms a little too far out from the body. I'm guessing that's to have a more clear view but it looks odd.

      But since I just got done reading the Robotech non-update I gotta say DP9 you guys are doing great showing us pics and getting feedback from the backers.