Impressive work. With the cupola, the crew can at least see where they're going.
I'm hesitant about the way the Leman Russ' tracks are reversed, however. The reason the World War I Mark I heavy tank's treads were shaped the way they were, was to cross trenches; the Leman Russ' tracks presumably imitate the Mark I's for the same reason. If the Krixxus crossed a trench, would the reversed treads plant its forward hull in the trench, immobilizing the tank? (This is one major complaint I have against Games Workshop's designers, specifically regarding their work on the Land Raider.)
Thanks !!! For more on the tracks, see below.
Straight up - I don't like the model. I think that if you're going to call it a rhino, it should look... like a rhino. I know you used some rhino parts, but the overall profile is not that of a rhino. That said, while the model isn't quite to my taste, personally, I wouldn't object if it wasn't supposed to be a rhino variant. I'd just say "yep, that's a bulky 40kish vehicle - neato." But in the context of this being a rhino variant, I just don't like it.
I, er, tried to be as specific as I could in lieu of being positive. I sincerely hope that rounds up to constructive.
It's not your cuppa' tea and that's ok.
As for the Rhino in the name, I've had the idea in my head for this tank for 18 months, and it's original design was two Rhino fronts grafted together. Unfortunately eBay availability and personal finances prevented that, so the Russ tracks were chosen. With the design change, my fluff direction changed. The Krixxus is imagined as a mini Spartan, and shares it's visual profile (kinda).
As such, I just hadn't considered that I *should* correct the name. I don't want to use Assault Transport, nor Assault Tank.....suggestions??