Ah yes, the Behemoth one of my oldest designs (how many times will you find that wording in my gallery? XD) but its taken me ages to actually fleshing it out.
The thing is, that I haven't been able to draw it as I first envisioned it, up until now; the previous version was very much "bare-bones" and had turrets tacked on to it all over - whereas the original called for a raised hull above two "pontoons" with four tank-tread assemblies, in each and gun-platforms, spreading out from the main hull.
This is way more true to the original design, as I wrote it down in the first scripts- and though I miss the embedded turret at the front, I think it became redundant at this point.
I've also decided to do away with the flying variant; there is no need and with the feel of the re-boot designs; it just doesn't fit in anymore.
Also, for a bit of realism and for scaling purposes; I've decided to jot down some (preliminary) stats; making it 12 meters tall, 9 meters wide and 26 meters long. That puts it at roughly the same size as most air-ships in my stories; aside from that it is a bit shorter.
It also has only two decks, though that's plenty for it to sport both a transport and heavy-support role - I suppose the height needed for a third deck is taken up by the space between the bottom of the hull and the height of the treads and pontoons.
Armament wise, this tank retains the forward mounted, missile launcher (white) that fires a magnetically propelled war-head at near super-sonic speed which will then, home in on a target and assume powered flight. As you can see, it sports no less than twelve defensive turrets as well and that's it.. there may be a few, concealed weapon's bays, but nothing that dramatically increases its offensive capabilities.
The previous version of the Behemoth, had trouble traversing troubled waters; while this one, still can't really survive a storm at seas, it can nonetheless float and traverse great distances -especially if towed behind a large, slow-moving air-craft.