Phoenix Hawk

The Phoenix Hawk is an "unseen" mech modelled after the armored veritech Valkyrie battloid from Robotech / Macross. In 2002, a new "reseen" sculpt was released that avoids copyright issues, and represents the 3067-era versions of the design.

Mech Picture Unseen casting
This is an old mini that I modified slightly (left arm pose) and painted in the Martian Cuirassiers scheme. I originally painted it to commemorate the return of the "unseen" minis to CBT, but the return only lasted a few joyous weeks in mid-2009. Maybe someday...

STATUS: Completed, 07/2009.


Mech Picture Reseen casting
The Phoenix Hawk has always been a classic, and the new 3067-era designs carry on the tradition. Most people agree that the P-Hawk is the premier heavy-recon mech. This mini was painted in the Night Stalkers scheme from the old Camo Specs guide.

STATUS: Completed and sold, 01/2003.


Mech Picture Unseen casting
This Phoenix Hawk is painted in a custom merc scheme.

STATUS: Custom job, delivered 10/2002.


Mech Picture Unseen casting
This Phoenix Hawk is part of a Skye Rangers company. The flag on the left leg denotes the pilot's French heritage.

STATUS: Custom job, delivered 10/2002.


Mech Picture "Moving Mechs: Jenn"
Unseen casting (modified)
This is another Phoenix Hawk that I did the arm modification on. The paint scheme is a German WWI camo from an Albatross D.III biplane. The base is cold gray with green and purple camo spots. This mech is part of a set I did for people who helped me move in summer 2002.

STATUS: Custom job, delivered 8/2002.


Mech Picture Unseen casting (modified)
This Phoenix Hawk has been heavily modified by me. The right arm is usually attached to the right leg, but I have removed it altogether and replaced it with a Phoenix Hawk LAM arm. I also gave it a 3 tone green / brown camo scheme and House Kurita markings. I like how this one came out.

STATUS: Completed, 2/2002. Sold, 4/2002.


Mech Picture "Jetfire"
Unseen casting
The Phoenix Hawk also the same design used for the Transformers© figure Jetfire. Since Jetfire has such an attractive paint scheme, I've used it on this mini. But make no mistake, the paint scheme is all the transformer shares with this 6/9/6 medium mech.

STATUS: Sold, 12/1999.


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