Sunday Funny: Not Quite PEO Soldier

For the Warhammer 40K fans out there – and those who look forward to when grunts wear armor that will power itself instead of weighing you down.

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It may not be your every day sort of hobby, but this fellow has done some impressive work here.

 

6 Comments on "Sunday Funny: Not Quite PEO Soldier"

  1. Typical of all 40K armor models. Body proportions are not realistic. Thought it is a Cool recreation of Tactical Dreadnaught armor, in the game the wearer is a massive human mutant. Thereby recreating a 1:1 scale armor you end up looking like a terminator with a disability!

  2. Or you could dial down the geek just a little and think that this is a hell of an effort on the maker's part. The suit looks fantastic, lots of clever little details and if you're into the background (and I am) then extra kudos for the Imperial Fists stylings.

    I'm surprised to see silly stuff like this on Kit Up!, but it's a lot of fun, so good job fellas.

  3. Morgan 278th | April 28, 2013 at 3:49 pm | Reply

    That was a pretty awesome remake. Imagine having a company of Astartes in Afghanistan today with dreadnoughts and land raiders and terminators

  4. Pete Sheppard | April 29, 2013 at 4:46 am | Reply

    Can anyone tell me where to find the story arc on the WH books? They look like an amusing way to kill some time, but I (really) like to read series in order.

  5. Virgil Hilts | April 29, 2013 at 1:46 pm | Reply

    Having been a fan of "Starship Troopers" ( the BOOK….the movies are an unmitigated piece of KRAP!) I'd like to see the flying suits and the energy weapons….and….the 'Talking Bombs'. Now I will vent; my impression of the 'Starship Troopers' movies is this. IT is as if a Hollywood producer was walking through a book store, saw the title…and then said "That's a GREAT TITLE for a movie"….and then never read it. COME ON! 23rd century and the movie guys are ON FOOT! Firing rifles the size of a tree trunk!? The BUGS fire plasma balls out their ARSZES….make NO allowances for trajectory relative to the planet's rotation….and knock spaceships out of the stratosphere?

  6. If you want a really good book on power armor and the relentless intrigues of war; then I recommend Armor by John Steakley. http://www.amazon.com/Armor-John-Steakley/dp/0886

    Very good book that puts it all into perspective. The theory that every weapon/system is equaled by another weapon/system is in full play.

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