Model Name: Tomahawk MBT Model Designer: Dorian Sherratt (DFA Miniatures) Caster: Strato Minis Studio Kit Material: Resin - 2 piece miniature Configuration Options: Canon, Laser Point Defense Scale: 6mm (1/285) Measurements: 4cm x 1.8cm x 2.4cm
The Tomahawk is a support/main battle tank hybrid, designed to be armored enough to survive being on the front lines, but to act in support of mobile assaulting force. The canon configuration mounts a pair of rapid firing autocanons on a unique turret system that allows the armament to be pointed at unmatched angles. Allowing the tank to engage ground and air targets with ease, or even to fire up at elevated defensive positions while advancing with front line forces. The Laser Point Defense system is the dedicated anti-air platform that mounts a pair of rapid firing laser pulses towards incoming aircraft. Its advanced tracking systems also allows it to act as an anti-missile system and fire at incoming warheads. Both configurations also mount a multi-purpose missile launcher in the front arc of the vehicle, allowing it to lay down smoke or covering fire as it advances.
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Although not deployed among my forces, the Laser Defense variant has some really great lines to paint and was literally a blast to tackle. Minimal clean up required when I receive... view mored them (although I might have received them partially worked on), I found no issues with detail work at all. Both models I had the privilege of painting took paint exceptionally well; I took the option of using airbrush non-primer base coat before adding the top layers (to avoid overspray/thickening, but the details surely could have handled the transition). ...The hardest part of painting these was deciding where everything went (not many previous paints done of these, so it was \"artist\'s choice\" where the head and tail lights would go). The 2-part model was easy to assemble without having to clear the hole (magnetization possible), and even with the turret clearing the chassis, I do recommend painting them separately, if only for ease.I would absolutely acquire more of these (once they come back to production!) I genuinely enjoyed painting some for a customer and cannot wait to see more painted models show up in my news feed. view less