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This is my over sized shield generator. 12 by 6 in

It didn't get put in a vary good spot in the apoc game but it did look cool while sucking and doing nothing for me, lol.


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yes...I'm not vary creative.


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I think its the greatest thing I've ever seem in my entire life.


This is the most interesting topic ever.


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That was sarcasm, wasn't it? That really is unnecessary, the piece may not be the greatest looking thing ever, but you don't need to blurt it out and possibly hurt someone's feelings. Let's see your generator.

Back to the model, it's not bad, except maybe you could put some stuff between the half circles, otherwise, it kinda looks like a stonehenge. That way, it shows there's some energy made inside those structures.
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That is really disrespectful to say, especially for someone with -17 rep. Don't say that type of stuff and maybe one day, in the far off future, you will get a little more rep and respect.

Even though it does look plain and is simple, I really like it. It doesn't look hard to make, is cheap, and looks pretty good for what it is. My suggestion is to add some mechanical looking bits to it (if you play tau or marines, you will find a lot). Good work and keep practicing your terrain-making skills.

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That is really disrespectful to say, especially for someone with -17 rep. Don't say that type of stuff and maybe one day, in the far off future, you will get a little more rep and respect.
Actually, I think that's how he got -rep, I'm pretty sure he was at 1 rep before this, but either way, you are right, it is very disrespectul.
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If I may suggest, cut small card bits and glue they to the generator. The add of metallic colors and mechanical bits as suggested is a good improvement, +rep for me for your encouragement.
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Also, maybe use filler to cover up all those foam textures on the discs, that way they look more industrial. Like Alien, here's some rep for encouragement.
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Thanks guys, but ntj2010 is my friend and even though he was being dumb he didn't mean what he said.

With that being said I really like the help you guys gave. I admit its plain looking, but it was my first time making a piece of terrain. The next thing I want to make is an HQ building for that one strategic asset. idk


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