A collection of TKP walker tanks thumb roughs. Again there’s some clear WWII aesthetic pastiches to a degree (both sheets the bottom assault gun types) mixed into the Theos-ification visual style. There will likely be refined ink and paint versions of these in the future. 

Original postings on Deviant art:

http://vulnepro.deviantart.com/art/Theos-quad-tank-duo-roughs-01-349647062

http://vulnepro.deviantart.com/art/Theos-quad-tank-duo-roughs-02-349729270

These are more current (2010) Theos walker tanks. Obviously there’s some old school German WWII assault gun visual influence in these, both due to reasons in the actual story’s back history and simply aesthetic directions I was personally interested in exploring as well.Original Deviant art posting to be found here with additional info:
http://vulnepro.deviantart.com/art/Theos-quad-tanks-01-185772765

These are more current (2010) Theos walker tanks. Obviously there’s some old school German WWII assault gun visual influence in these, both due to reasons in the actual story’s back history and simply aesthetic directions I was personally interested in exploring as well.

Original Deviant art posting to be found here with additional info:

http://vulnepro.deviantart.com/art/Theos-quad-tanks-01-185772765

Very early 2006 Theos concept digital paints of spider tanks. Walking tanks are often used in FOIL warfare as support weapons and also commonly used in Polemon city states as anti-FOIL defensive platforms.Original Deviant art posting can be found here: 
http://vulnepro.deviantart.com/art/Theos-Walker-Tanks-28331166
A great deal of the earlier TKP works are likely going to get updated as we progress forward. It should be fun revisiting some of this stuff again.

Very early 2006 Theos concept digital paints of spider tanks. Walking tanks are often used in FOIL warfare as support weapons and also commonly used in Polemon city states as anti-FOIL defensive platforms.

Original Deviant art posting can be found here: 

http://vulnepro.deviantart.com/art/Theos-Walker-Tanks-28331166

A great deal of the earlier TKP works are likely going to get updated as we progress forward. It should be fun revisiting some of this stuff again.

Along with Vulne Pro studio’s original work on the Theos KE Polemos project, every now and then, I’m going to post some of the fan works we’ve gotten since the TKP works began to gradually build a following online. This is a fantastic example to kick things off: a low poly game style 3D model of the Harma Bhatra 4th gen combat FOIL by Devaint artist Seig Verdelet.

To say I was both surprised and quite impressed by this one is an understatement. Seig Verdelet picked one of the more visually complex FOILs to model and he did a fantastic job, even lacking orthos to work from (his interpretation of the back isn’t far from what it would be if I had done othos). Very nice work indeed. Please take a gander at his original post on Deviant art (along with his entire gallery, some nice 3D mecha work goin’ down) and download the 3D viewer to get a gander at this bad boy in 360 degree rotatable view. It even has a cool little video game idle animation going on :) Again my thanks to Seig Verdelet for taking the time to create this great homage piece.
Note: you’ll have to visit Sieg Verdelet’s original post below to actually download the 3D viewer. Click download file, to the right of the image of the FOIL in his post. It’s well worth checking out with the full 360 views.
http://vulnepro.deviantart.com/art/3D-Viewer-Harma-Bhatra-MJ-11a-FOIL-349534530

Also, if you want to see the original art for the Harma Bhatra simply scroll down as it’s the previous posting on our TKP tumblr-ma-jig.

Along with Vulne Pro studio’s original work on the Theos KE Polemos project, every now and then, I’m going to post some of the fan works we’ve gotten since the TKP works began to gradually build a following online. This is a fantastic example to kick things off: a low poly game style 3D model of the Harma Bhatra 4th gen combat FOIL by Devaint artist Seig Verdelet.

To say I was both surprised and quite impressed by this one is an understatement. Seig Verdelet picked one of the more visually complex FOILs to model and he did a fantastic job, even lacking orthos to work from (his interpretation of the back isn’t far from what it would be if I had done othos). Very nice work indeed. Please take a gander at his original post on Deviant art (along with his entire gallery, some nice 3D mecha work goin’ down) and download the 3D viewer to get a gander at this bad boy in 360 degree rotatable view. It even has a cool little video game idle animation going on :) Again my thanks to Seig Verdelet for taking the time to create this great homage piece.

Note: you’ll have to visit Sieg Verdelet’s original post below to actually download the 3D viewer. Click download file, to the right of the image of the FOIL in his post. It’s well worth checking out with the full 360 views.

http://vulnepro.deviantart.com/art/3D-Viewer-Harma-Bhatra-MJ-11a-FOIL-349534530

Also, if you want to see the original art for the Harma Bhatra simply scroll down as it’s the previous posting on our TKP tumblr-ma-jig.

The full paint of the late 4th gen Waimanu Harma Bhatra combat FOIL. This design was very much a collaboration between myself (Mike Majestic) and Karl Östlund. The design of this FOIL is based on Karl’s original ‘Modular Mech’ design, also featured in this posting. I’ve also re-posted the line art as well. This was a blast to work on and something that has a good deal of both of our visual design sensibilities throughout.

Original DA postings of Harma Bhatra color and line art:

http://vulnepro.deviantart.com/art/Harma-Bhatra-MJ-11a-FOIL-279256976

http://vulnepro.deviantart.com/art/Harma-Bhatra-FOIL-line-work-203605142

Karl’s original Modular Mech: 

http://genocidalpenguin.deviantart.com/art/modular-mech-23106888