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Marhaf Flyer by Hongablaster Marhaf Flyer by Hongablaster
Marhaf Support Flyer. A fast, helicopter-type vehicle suitable for support and attack roles. Carries a wide range of weaponry: Anti-tank missiles, cannons and anti-personnel guns. It also carries 6 recon drones, deployable from pods located at the back (not visible here)

As the rest of the Marhaf models, will be cast in metal in 1:300 scale and sold here:

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Thanks for viewing!
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:iconcableguy7uk:
cableguy7uk Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Reminds me of the PS1 one classic G Police also WH40K Tau.
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Cialmci Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013  Student Digital Artist
you should make a futuristic hind like helicopter. it would be awesome!
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Hongablaster Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Ahhh.. I'm planning on something even nastier, besides I don't want my models to have features that are directly reminiscent of existing machines.
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Cialmci Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Student Digital Artist
ooooh, Nasty!


OK. and you say its going to be sold in 1:300 scale. is it out now nad how much is it?
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Hongablaster Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
No not yet. Somewhere around Christmas. The Marhaf Flyer (the one you see in the pic here - will also get a proper name) will be 2 Euros apiece including plastic transparent flying base. The larger one will be somewhere around 4 Euros (I aim it to be around double the size :) ). You can take a look at my other offerings (currently available) so you can get a feel for the prices: www.plasmablastgames.com

You will notice that the news on the website haven't been updated since a long time but this is on purpose, I want people to know about what to expect from the new line somewhere close to the release.
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Cialmci Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2013  Student Digital Artist
I saw the site, its cool.

I dont have euros, only US dollars and I don't have 10 bucks for the product including the paintings.

when I get more money I'll probably purchase. also, is it OK if I use these pics for a futuristic RP I have?
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Hongablaster Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for liking the site :)

Since payment is conducted by PayPal you don't need to have Euros. PayPal makes all the necessary conversions.

The painting is kind of a luxury. The vast majority of my customers either leave their models unpainted or paint them by themselves. There is a number of companies that sell either acrylic or enamel paint ranges specifically for modelling. Try Vallejo or Games Workshop, they are the best of the acrylic type.

You may use the pictures, provided you credit Plasmablast Games (preferably with a link at a discrete place).
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Cialmci Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Thx!

and sometime I'll stop by and get one of them, maybe get them painted by plasmablasts. my hands aren't steady enough to paint small details.
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GroxGlitch Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2013
Very very nice! Gets approval as a VTOL design with the engines believably around the center of mass xD (At least, I'm assuming it's a VTOL from the engines and the reference to helicopters in the description; disregard if they are fixed)

Seriously, I hate it when the engines on a VTOL are in some whacky place that would probably send the vehicle cartwheeling across the sky (just try building a VTOL in Kerbal Space Program to see how tricky it is ;D )
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Hongablaster Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for the comment! Yeah, I paid attention to the positioning of the engines regarding the centre of gravity of the vehicle (and yes, it' s a VTOL). If you take into account that there are also extra thrusters fixed inside the fuselage about at the mid-front of the wing cord (air-fed through the grilled openings at the side of the fuselage) then you have the CoG about where the combined axis of thrust should be.

The first flyer I did ([link] was certainly of off-balance but I liked its look so much that I just let it go.
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