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| August 2, 2010, 10:20 pm
hi,jason im like to bluid some cargo ship's and weapons for AEGAKS and i like to know:you can say to my some data's and informations about the AEGAKS...
the Questions: (the data's are about AEGAKS and you can choose how the AEGAKS mecha)
how high?
is the weight?
please reply in real numbers :)
thanks ^_^
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| August 2, 2010, 10:48 pm
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Pedro, tu é brasileiro né? Qualquer coisa pode me perguntar também.
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| August 2, 2010, 10:52 pm
sou sim... aqui do nordeste do pais ^_^
eu to começando a comtruir um cargueiro para os AEGAKS mais já são quase meia-noite...mais ate dia 10 ta pronto se deus quiser
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| August 2, 2010, 10:55 pm
eu desisti do cargeiro,dai construi uma uplink modficada e um outro mecha alem de um AEGAKS...
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| August 13, 2010, 6:18 pm
Are we to assume that the Robots are the same as the ones Lego made, or do they look different?
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| November 22, 2010, 6:46 pm
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Quoting qwerty 10
Are we to assume that the Robots are the same as the ones Lego made, or do they look different?

If you mean the robot infantry, then the light infantry are the basic robot drones and devastators. Heavy Infantry would use the robot torso, and built arms/weapons and legs. The larger drone armor can be your own designs or based off some of the designs found here.
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| November 22, 2010, 7:55 pm
aleluia!!!!!
thanks god,late some time i had finish my new AEGAKS,the AEGAKS sipione 357 "savior"
but im ned a new camera :-(
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| November 29, 2010, 9:17 pm
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Quoting pedro eduardo
aleluia!!!!!
thanks god,late some time i had finish my new AEGAKS,the AEGAKS sipione 357 "savior"
but im ned a new camera :-(

Can't wait to see it! I know how hard it is to be without a camera. I just got one, so now I don't have to wait so much.
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| November 29, 2010, 9:37 pm
well is not the best in the world,but i have some ideias for upgrade her until the camera is not ready...
im have so problems whit the head and the pilot block the pilot is too in the vertical and the head is not good so im gone make some litter creation until,im gone try to use my cell phone camera(the same thath i use in the vakama)
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| December 1, 2010, 8:10 pm
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Quoting pedro eduardo
well is not the best in the world,but i have some ideias for upgrade her until the camera is not ready...
im have so problems whit the head and the pilot block the pilot is too in the vertical and the head is not good so im gone make some litter creation until,im gone try to use my cell phone camera(the same thath i use in the vakama)

Try tilting the cockpit back a little. The optimum angle is 60 to 70 degrees.
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| December 1, 2010, 10:51 pm
Quoting Jason Dominguez
Try tilting the cockpit back a little. The optimum angle is 60 to 70 degrees.

tanks i had e solution so now i ned the camera
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| December 2, 2010, 11:16 pm
Hey I just had a question about the Cockpit block. I was running out of canopy pieces and wanted to build more AEGAKS, so I figured out a way to build a cockpit block without the canopy, using sloped bricks instead. Would this still be counted as an AEGAKS? I'll post pictures as soon as I can, but it probably won't be until the new year.
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| December 23, 2010, 8:35 pm
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Quoting Rai Schrado
Hey I just had a question about the Cockpit block. I was running out of canopy pieces and wanted to build more AEGAKS, so I figured out a way to build a cockpit block without the canopy, using sloped bricks instead. Would this still be counted as an AEGAKS? I'll post pictures as soon as I can, but it probably won't be until the new year.

If the pilot block is ejectable, has the same basic structure as a basic block, and the pilot can physically see out of it, I don't see why not. As you can probably tell, the overall design is highly flexible, and experimentation is welcomed. Don't be afraid to try something new. I'll offer my opinions and render any assistance when requested.

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| December 24, 2010, 7:36 pm
that is the problem. The pilot cannot physically see out of it, but the mech itself uses a mixture of the C-type frame and a sort of M-type leg, so I wasn't sure if it qualified as an AEGAKS.
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| December 25, 2010, 10:03 am
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Quoting Rai Schrado
that is the problem. The pilot cannot physically see out of it, but the mech itself uses a mixture of the C-type frame and a sort of M-type leg, so I wasn't sure if it qualified as an AEGAKS.


I beleive the way it works (Jason will correct me if I'm wrong) but most pilots have a visual feed from the head to their visors, so you don't need to see out unless the head gets shot off. So maybe put some kind of backup optics somewhere on the torso so it can still see if the goes kaput.
Something as small as a small shiny round plate for an eye would work well as a backup.
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| December 25, 2010, 4:38 pm
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Quoting Neil Dynamo

I beleive the way it works (Jason will correct me if I'm wrong) but most pilots have a visual feed from the head to their visors, so you don't need to see out unless the head gets shot off. So maybe put some kind of backup optics somewhere on the torso so it can still see if the goes kaput.
Something as small as a small shiny round plate for an eye would work well as a backup.

While that is true, I would need to see it in order to make a judgement call. However, do keep in mind that there are other survivor colonies, so perhaps you could build for one of them?

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| December 25, 2010, 8:58 pm
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I've noticed that a few people are having trouble with their mecha being top heavy. This can cause problems with posing. Here are some steps to try to find good balanced poses.

Step 1: Find a nuetral stance. Generally, this is standing straight up with the legs slightly bent and feet about shoulder-width apart.

Step 2: Inverse Symmetry. For a walking pose, for each click you move the right leg, move the left leg in the opposite direction an equal nomber of clicks.

Step 3: Remember the center of Gravity. Keep the center of gravity of the mech (for AEGAKS, this is most likely located directly between the shoulders or directly behind the pilot block) in line with the legs and their positions.

Step 4: Bent knees are your friend. Straight legs are the enemy to a natural looking posture.

Step 5: Be creative and try new poses.

Okay. That's enough from me. I hope this is helpful, if not, then don't pay me anymind.
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| January 16, 2011, 4:30 pm
Quoting Jason Dominguez
I've noticed that a few people are having trouble with their mecha being top heavy. This can cause problems with posing. Here are some steps to try to find good balanced poses.

Step 1: Find a nuetral stance. Generally, this is standing straight up with the legs slightly bent and feet about shoulder-width apart.

Step 2: Inverse Symmetry. For a walking pose, for each click you move the right leg, move the left leg in the opposite direction an equal nomber of clicks.

Step 3: Remember the center of Gravity. Keep the center of gravity of the mech (for AEGAKS, this is most likely located directly between the shoulders or directly behind the pilot block) in line with the legs and their positions.

Step 4: Bent knees are your friend. Straight legs are the enemy to a natural looking posture.

Step 5: Be creative and try new poses.

Okay. That's enough from me. I hope this is helpful, if not, then don't pay me anymind.


I also like to turn the back foot about 45* outward. And if one arm is up, have the other arm at a natural position.
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| January 16, 2011, 7:23 pm
I don't have a camera to upload my moc, but, what if I just built a prototype micro-AEGAKS with a custom transforming frame, but it is built without a pilot block due to the size (and my lack of "pilot block" pieces). Would this idea be acceptable to you all? It would be an AVB-S AEGAKS(Aerial Variable Black - Support)[due to it being a micro and only have the wing/blades for weapons with it changing from somewhat of a new-age jet to an agile compound leg mech with wheels for stability and added speed] *just some basic notes about the moc I built...
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| February 8, 2011, 11:25 pm
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Quoting Shadowa Heartfelt
I don't have a camera to upload my moc, but, what if I just built a prototype micro-AEGAKS with a custom transforming frame, but it is built without a pilot block due to the size (and my lack of "pilot block" pieces). Would this idea be acceptable to you all? It would be an AVB-S AEGAKS(Aerial Variable Black - Support)[due to it being a micro and only have the wing/blades for weapons with it changing from somewhat of a new-age jet to an agile compound leg mech with wheels for stability and added speed] *just some basic notes about the moc I built...

The pilot block is integral to the AEGAKS design. It is what not only houses the pilot, but the AEGAKS system itself. Where as what you propose sounds very interesting, in order to be an AEGAKS is must have the pilot block.
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| February 9, 2011, 12:59 am
Quoting Jason Dominguez
The pilot block is integral to the AEGAKS design. It is what not only houses the pilot, but the AEGAKS system itself. Where as what you propose sounds very interesting, in order to be an AEGAKS is must have the pilot block.

I understand. Do you think there could still be room for a micro build for, let's say, a hidden model that the drones lost years ago and the AEGAKS crew rebuilds to help protect the survivors and some for recon before they go in and fight the drones? a variable Scouter/Guardian system perhaps?
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| February 9, 2011, 7:34 am
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Quoting Shadowa Heartfelt
I understand. Do you think there could still be room for a micro build for, let's say, a hidden model that the drones lost years ago and the AEGAKS crew rebuilds to help protect the survivors and some for recon before they go in and fight the drones? a variable Scouter/Guardian system perhaps?

Hmm, don't know. Give it a go, and I'm sure we'll figure something out. If it doesn't fit with Spearpoint, then I'm sure it'll fit with the Evolution story, currently in the works.
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| February 9, 2011, 5:54 pm
Quoting Jason Dominguez
Hmm, don't know. Give it a go, and I'm sure we'll figure something out. If it doesn't fit with Spearpoint, then I'm sure it'll fit with the Evolution story, currently in the works.

Actually..I just made some modifications to it, changed it from a biped to a flight model, and made a mini custom pilot block. It's like a super mini pilot block, without the capability of holding a minifig pilot. (sorry for causing so much problems with my questions)
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| February 9, 2011, 6:01 pm
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Quoting Shadowa Heartfelt
Actually..I just made some modifications to it, changed it from a biped to a flight model, and made a mini custom pilot block. It's like a super mini pilot block, without the capability of holding a minifig pilot. (sorry for causing so much problems with my questions)

Hey, now. No worries about the questions. Won't know unless you ask, right? Like I said, I'd like to see, but doing a mini-line might be interesting to see.
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| February 9, 2011, 6:05 pm
Quoting Jason Dominguez
Hey, now. No worries about the questions. Won't know unless you ask, right? Like I said, I'd like to see, but doing a mini-line might be interesting to see.
My Mini's have reversed pilot blocks (meaning that they are built behind the mech for 2 reasons; 1. to help protect the pilot, and 2. to add the advantage of spotting ambushes from the rear (in mech mode) and underneath (in variable mode). I really don't know. I never plan out my mocs, I take the pieces I have, and come up with designs as I'm building. Kinda unique..right?

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| February 9, 2011, 6:11 pm
I've fixed my moc now.

It has a reversed mini pilot block, compound reverse legs, and the hands can be replaced by long range impulse cannons that fire penetration depth charges that dig into the metal on the drone's armor and explodes from the inside out. The reversed mini pilot block is ejectable, and it has two fuel cells for the cannons, and the mech itself has a spiral crystaline core (blue) housed between the mech and the pilot block. The base colors are Black, Dark Gray, Light Gray, White, and Blue with an internal green eye and this doesn't really have a variable mode (just yet) **I might work on one for it before I go to bed tonight.
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| February 9, 2011, 7:38 pm
Sorry about so many changes and updates, but I'm really loving what I've just created.

Again, I'm following my mini AEGAKS reverse pilot block design, but this AEGAKS splits into two vehicle modes and doesn't have feet; Due to the lower half having internal thrusters that keep it hovering over the ground and they use the alt. power cell to fly over the fog.

The upper half changes into a piloted car (black/white/L.Gray/D.Gray -color scheme). And the lower half changes into a stolen/converted drone AI controlled gunship (black/white/L.Gray/D.Gray/Blue <which was originally red but the team repainted these blue so that while it was in mobile mode, they wouldn't try to destroy it.) that operates along-side the AEGAKS team and the gunship splits in two to become two long range cannons (the sides) and a sword (the middle).

I forgot to mention that if the lower half ever gets destroyed, the top half can alternately change into a short Mobile AEGAKS (because of it's wheels).

Have I just created a new AEGAKS idea of combiners? (again, my mini-AEGAKS idea plays a big part in what I can do. haha!)
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| February 17, 2011, 6:46 am
I would like to know, If I may start a Mini-AEGAKS series that co-exists with Spearpoint and Evolution and use my own Mini pilot block style as a respected tribute to the true (minifig-sized) AEGAKS ejectable Pilot Block.

The storyline would be some time after the war and humans and rogue drones think Mecha One and all his underlings have fallen, but to their surprise, Mecha One lives strong, reborn anew and this new battle takes the new AEGAKS team into the un-colonized vastness unkown of space.

The Mini-AEGAKS series could be kinda like the lil mini Star Wars sets you can buy in the bags, but with a lil more beef and detail. Like an AFOL version of the Mini lego series?

Do you accept my proposed mini-AEGAKS idea?
(and hopefully one day, I can order my brick order and start building full-scale AEGAKS with all of you)
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| February 21, 2011, 5:56 pm
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Quoting Shadowa Heartfelt
I would like to know, If I may start a Mini-AEGAKS series that co-exists with Spearpoint and Evolution and use my own Mini pilot block style as a respected tribute to the true (minifig-sized) AEGAKS ejectable Pilot Block.

The storyline would be some time after the war and humans and rogue drones think Mecha One and all his underlings have fallen, but to their surprise, Mecha One lives strong, reborn anew and this new battle takes the new AEGAKS team into the un-colonized vastness unkown of space.

The Mini-AEGAKS series could be kinda like the lil mini Star Wars sets you can buy in the bags, but with a lil more beef and detail. Like an AFOL version of the Mini lego series?

Do you accept my proposed mini-AEGAKS idea?
(and hopefully one day, I can order my brick order and start building full-scale AEGAKS with all of you)

If it takes place after the storyline of Spearpoint, then it's out of my hands. You will need to discuss that within the Evolution group.
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| February 21, 2011, 7:07 pm
I'm having a little problem with the Pilot Block. I can't make it look right with my small collection.So,can I make my own design? It's still ejectable though.Also, another problem with the string of letters and numbers. I don't really get what it means.
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| February 22, 2011, 5:30 pm
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Quoting Black Paper Moon
I'm having a little problem with the Pilot Block. I can't make it look right with my small collection.So,can I make my own design? It's still ejectable though.Also, another problem with the string of letters and numbers. I don't really get what it means.


The numbers don't really mean anything, the letter are linked to the frame and the colour.
Example:
Rabid's Arkham is a MYe (M for M-frame and Ye for yellow) whereas the Titen is a MRd (M for M frame Rd for red)
The numbers are just the order in which he released them, everyone does something different for them it seems.

As for the pilot block, it could alwasy be a custom model AEGAKS, rather than a mass-produced one. That theme seems pretty popular.
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| February 22, 2011, 6:03 pm
So, I do believe you like the idea of the Mini AEGAKS and the storyline behind AEGAKS: The Rebirth?

btw, I'm uploading the pictures of the Ascent and next I plan on working on the true mini/micro series
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| February 22, 2011, 8:34 pm
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Quoting Neil Dynamo

The numbers don't really mean anything, the letter are linked to the frame and the colour.
Example:
Rabid's Arkham is a MYe (M for M-frame and Ye for yellow) whereas the Titen is a MRd (M for M frame Rd for red)
The numbers are just the order in which he released them, everyone does something different for them it seems.

As for the pilot block, it could alwasy be a custom model AEGAKS, rather than a mass-produced one. That theme seems pretty popular.

I would like to ask this. If you want to make major changes to the Pilot block's structure, please run it by me first.
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| February 22, 2011, 9:17 pm
Never mind what I said about the Pilot Block. I'm just use a modified version of Rai's APB. And tnx for the info on the letters and numbers.
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| February 23, 2011, 4:33 am
Again I need help. Can someone put up instructions for different frames? Any frame will do.
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| February 23, 2011, 5:34 pm
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Quoting Black Paper Moon
Again I need help. Can someone put up instructions for different frames? Any frame will do.

Well, I can't say about other builders, but you can see several examples of a bare bones frame in these tutorials:
http://www.mocpages.com/folder.php/94409
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| February 23, 2011, 5:38 pm
I spent a few cent over $30 to buy some new pieces from Bricklink, and I bought some AEGAKS pieces, though I bought a lot of T pieces...
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| February 23, 2011, 11:56 pm
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Quoting Shadowa Heartfelt
I spent a few cent over $30 to buy some new pieces from Bricklink, and I bought some AEGAKS pieces, though I bought a lot of T pieces...

Nothing wrong with T pieces. I tend to use them in my bioroids, especially the Class 5's.
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| February 24, 2011, 6:32 am
Quoting Rabid Goldfish
Nothing wrong with T pieces. I tend to use them in my bioroids, especially the Class 5's.


I bought my first girl minifig (Scarlet)
and hopefully, I can make an AEGAKS after I get my order.

My order looks like this
138 pieces for AEGAKS
3 minifig pieces (a minifig w/o hair)
and
166 pieces for Mini models / Z.E.P.H.Y.R mechs

My order comes in next week, and I bought it w/o my dad knowing..so I hope it comes while I'm at home. Having my own Debit card comes in handy, but, when your dad is the one to load the money on it, it's kinda difficult to "secretly" order anything.
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| February 24, 2011, 7:03 am
just out of curiosity, but are the "robots" (drones) still the main enemy and if so what specs are we looking at for designing new frames?
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| February 25, 2011, 3:51 am
Can anyone/everyone give me any comments on my Z.E.P.H.Y.R. mechs? or give me any advice/tips on what I should try and build next?
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| February 25, 2011, 6:46 pm
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Quoting andros tempest
just out of curiosity, but are the "robots" (drones) still the main enemy and if so what specs are we looking at for designing new frames?


In Spearpoint they are and Evolution is more of an expanded universe and has a bunch of factions.

As far as I'm concerned the robots don't really use frames like the AEGAKS do, instead they seem to be uniquely designed for whichever role they are meant to play.
Since there are no pilots for most mech-sized drones, they can take pretty much any form.
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| February 25, 2011, 7:10 pm
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Quoting Neil Dynamo

In Spearpoint they are and Evolution is more of an expanded universe and has a bunch of factions.

As far as I'm concerned the robots don't really use frames like the AEGAKS do, instead they seem to be uniquely designed for whichever role they are meant to play.
Since there are no pilots for most mech-sized drones, they can take pretty much any form.

As Niel has said, the drones in Spearpoint are designed specifically for a purpose. The design centers around that. My drones, I like to add the singular eye unit in the middle because I find it intimidating. But there are no restrictions on mdrone design, aside from there are no human pilots for the drone designs. This includes designs that have the original robot body either contained or imbedded into the build too.
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| February 25, 2011, 7:20 pm
Alright.

I'm kinda upset that on day 3, I didn't get it, so I'm giving House of Logos until Tuesday at the latest. Tuesday would be day 6 since shipping, not including Sunday.

I know it's not AEGAKS, but I finally had the time to post instructions on my ZEPHYR series Frame and a new set of mechs. comment?
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| February 26, 2011, 7:25 pm
Jason, do you give me permission to use this as my side-story storyline behind the creation of ZEPHYR and possibly like a "Mini-series" to the the a glimpse of the future past Evolution. A side story to your AEGAKS?
Please?

As a personal side-story of AEGAKS:Spearpoint and Evolution>>
The AEGAKS team returns back to Earth after colonizing the newly won planet Mars, and on their return, the children of the AEGAKS team learn to pilot the AEGAKS, but soon after entering the atmosphere, something happens to the ship, and the mechs, some sort of mysterious wave of energy.

Now, the AEGAKS mechs have become shorter, but more agile and swift. There are 11 children. The pair of twins are Scarlet and Rosalie. The AEGAKS when they grew shorter, their cores became altered, and became what is now called ZEPHYR. The spare service mechs onboard become FBPs. Flight Battle Packs. The soon learn that the FBP enable these new ZEPHYR the capabilities of flight, and adds new weapons. SERAPH, the new name for these service mech turned battle armor, are something that could turn the tide of the war against Mecha One's reborn form as the Command Orbital Robot Ender. C.O.R.E. has control over all the original communication waves around the world, but with the new L.O.R.E.L.E.I. (Long-Range Orbital Radio Emergancy Life Evacuation Intelligence) activated onboard the battle ARK (Advanced Robot Killer), maybe, the humans will stand a chance against CORE in this new battlefield, the Outer atmosphere of Earth.
((more to be added in continuation))
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| February 26, 2011, 9:53 pm
I have a decent question, Is Scarlet being 15 the reason you proposed the name Steel Bit? Like, Bit, little? If so, I like it! haha!
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| March 2, 2011, 8:53 pm
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Quoting Shadowa Heartfelt
I have a decent question, Is Scarlet being 15 the reason you proposed the name Steel Bit? Like, Bit, little? If so, I like it! haha!

IT fits, but I was actaully thinking bit as in a bit of steel. L Frames are pretty small as mecha go, no more than 7 meters tall in true scale. I think that there are only a few that are so small, among them are Knightmare Frames from Code Geass, and Armor Shrikes from Blue Gender.
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| March 2, 2011, 8:58 pm
Quoting Rabid Goldfish
IT fits, but I was actaully thinking bit as in a bit of steel. L Frames are pretty small as mecha go, no more than 7 meters tall in true scale. I think that there are only a few that are so small, among them are Knightmare Frames from Code Geass, and Armor Shrikes from Blue Gender.

Really? Knightmare Frames are small?? I didn't figure that. Well, I guess now I'm finally part of Project AEGAKS?
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| March 2, 2011, 9:04 pm
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Quoting Shadowa Heartfelt
Really? Knightmare Frames are small?? I didn't figure that. Well, I guess now I'm finally part of Project AEGAKS?

Yep. Knightmare frames are that small. In fact, the original Glasgow, the first militarized version, is less than five meters tall. That translates to roughly 18 studs. But enough about Code Geass, we're here for the AEGAKS, yes?
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| March 2, 2011, 9:11 pm
Quoting Rabid Goldfish
Yep. Knightmare frames are that small. In fact, the original Glasgow, the first militarized version, is less than five meters tall. That translates to roughly 18 studs. But enough about Code Geass, we're here for the AEGAKS, yes?

Yep. And I just made probably the smallest AEGAKS next to Little Blue ever made. hah!
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| March 2, 2011, 9:56 pm
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Quoting Shadowa Heartfelt
Yep. And I just made probably the smallest AEGAKS next to Little Blue ever made. hah!

Do note that the Gosan is also an L Frame, and actual stands a mere two studs taller than Little Blue. It was the mass production version of the Little Blue, meant to be churned out in large numbers, inexpensively.
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| March 2, 2011, 10:04 pm
Quoting Rabid Goldfish
Do note that the Gosan is also an L Frame, and actual stands a mere two studs taller than Little Blue. It was the mass production version of the Little Blue, meant to be churned out in large numbers, inexpensively.

The one I just built is only 17-18 studs tall if you count the joint between the knee as one and the head as one.
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| March 2, 2011, 10:09 pm
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Quoting Shadowa Heartfelt
The one I just built is only 17-18 studs tall if you count the joint between the knee as one and the head as one.

Hmm, Little Blue pulls in at 23 studs. The first two versions had shorter limbs and it was 17 studs tall.
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| March 2, 2011, 10:17 pm
Quoting Rabid Goldfish
Hmm, Little Blue pulls in at 23 studs. The first two versions had shorter limbs and it was 17 studs tall.

so..it ties with the first two L frames..that's pretty awesome!
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| March 2, 2011, 10:18 pm
Hey Rabid, I was wondering if you still wanted me to post pictures of my D-Frame construction. I'm planning on upgrading several of my AEGAKS, and I would be able to take frame pictures then. The one that I would probably get pictures of is my D-Frame type 4, which is the frame I used on Tenshi and Shinigami Demon.
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| March 21, 2011, 8:16 am
Quoting Rai Schrado
Hey Rabid, I was wondering if you still wanted me to post pictures of my D-Frame construction. I'm planning on upgrading several of my AEGAKS, and I would be able to take frame pictures then. The one that I would probably get pictures of is my D-Frame type 4, which is the frame I used on Tenshi and Shinigami Demon.

I SAY YES! I LOVE your D-Frames haha. but..why are you tearing down the Demon?? TwT
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| March 21, 2011, 8:42 am
Quoting Shadowa Heartfelt
I SAY YES! I LOVE your D-Frames haha. but..why are you tearing down the Demon?? TwT


Tear down the Demon?!?! Whatever would give you that idea?! The day I tear down the Demon is the day that I have completely surpassed all of my previous creations, and that day is a long way off! I meant that since I'm rebuilding most of my other AEGAKS, I could easily take pictures of a 'stripped' frame, so that anyone who wants to can use it.
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| March 21, 2011, 2:45 pm
Quoting Rai Schrado

Tear down the Demon?!?! Whatever would give you that idea?! The day I tear down the Demon is the day that I have completely surpassed all of my previous creations, and that day is a long way off! I meant that since I'm rebuilding most of my other AEGAKS, I could easily take pictures of a 'stripped' frame, so that anyone who wants to can use it.

Oh..~sighs deeply~ I was gonna cry TwT
anyways..uploading the moc of the First of the 13 GUARDIAN models
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| March 21, 2011, 5:18 pm
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Yes, please post the D-Frame.
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| March 21, 2011, 5:39 pm
Can someone tell me how to make a actual paragraph in the description box, or do I need to ignore the box and put that in before the first image for it to show up right?
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| March 21, 2011, 6:01 pm
Quoting Rabid Goldfish
Yes, please post the D-Frame.


Technically speaking, the one I'll be posting when School and work calms down is the D-Frame, Mk IV. The Mk I was used on the Shinigami Prototype, Susano, Amaterasu Celestus, Pharaoh, and Cerunnos Mk I and II. The D-Frame Mk II was introduced with Axios Custom, the Mk III was only used on the (unposted) rebuild of Cerunnos Kaiser, it was rejected because it used far too many joint pieces. However, in spite of this, Kaiser is still my tallest AEGAKS, not sure what the exact stud count is, but its a stud taller than both Tenshi and Demon, It also needed the click joints as opposed to the ball joints introduced in the Mk IV frame, because it is also the most top heavy mech I've made. The D-Frame Mk IV was introduced in the Tenshi, and perpetuated with the construction of the Demon. It was the first time I've used ball joints in ankles.
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| March 21, 2011, 10:12 pm
Quoting Shadowa Heartfelt
Can someone tell me how to make a actual paragraph in the description box, or do I need to ignore the box and put that in before the first image for it to show up right?


you can't add html to the introduction box, all photographs have to go into the main description box.

but the order of photos and text in the description box is up to you. What I find easiest is to upload the pictures first, then use the arrow keys to move the cursor to where I want to add the text. Make sure you have INS (insert) on and then just type the text. When you save you'll now find it where you want it.

Failing that, add all the text first, upload the pictures, then cut and paste each picture into the section you want it to be.

Remember though to cut everything from <a or /a> if you miss anything it will not display an image.

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| March 23, 2011, 2:12 pm
Hey,Can I modify the L Frame to make a Close Combat Frame? I'm just gonna change the ball joint legs to click joints.Also,I'm going to add blades below the elbow and other things on the back.
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| March 27, 2011, 4:49 am
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Quoting Black Paper Moon
Hey,Can I modify the L Frame to make a Close Combat Frame? I'm just gonna change the ball joint legs to click joints.Also,I'm going to add blades below the elbow and other things on the back.

You can do with it as you wish. I'm not too picky about it. I look foreward to seeing what you've got planned though.
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| March 27, 2011, 7:51 pm
Quoting Black Paper Moon
Hey,Can I modify the L Frame to make a Close Combat Frame? I'm just gonna change the ball joint legs to click joints.Also,I'm going to add blades below the elbow and other things on the back.

I actually did something like that with my R-Frames Arthas and Kutori, but I look forward to what you have planned.
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| March 28, 2011, 8:17 am
Quoting Rabid Goldfish
You can do with it as you wish. I'm not too picky about it. I look foreward to seeing what you've got planned though.



OK, I've finished my new mech with the CC Frame I mentioned but I think I can't post it yet until I get a new camera (which ,unfortunately, will take a while) because my old one just sucks.So, sorry if you have to wait for a while.
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| March 28, 2011, 9:21 am
I believe I have built the last of my AEGAKS due to final exams coming up in the first week of MAY.

Please tell me what you think.

AEGAKS ZeroS GUARDIAN Custom and K-NINE AEGAKS
is the v2 of ZEROS as well as my last combiner AEGAKS
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| March 31, 2011, 5:59 pm
After much consideration, I have decided not to post instructions for my D-Frame Type IV. I've also decided that I'm going to try different building styles other than the AEGAKS theme, so it is likely that my next AEGAKS will be my last for a while.
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| April 3, 2011, 5:56 pm
Um I'm a bit newer and not entirely familiar with the AEGAKS system so will my mech qualify as an AEGAKS if its on all fours, like an animal?
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| June 26, 2011, 11:47 pm
Quoting Green Cat
Um I'm a bit newer and not entirely familiar with the AEGAKS system so will my mech qualify as an AEGAKS if its on all fours, like an animal?

Yes, it will. It might not be Canon (part of the main story) but it could be part of a sidestory if Rabid doesn't think it'll fit into the Canon. If you wanna see a couple Animal AEGAKS, you could look through my AEGAKS folder on my MocPage and look at ICEBERG - Polar Bear, PANTHER, and KANGAROU, even my Eastern Fairy Dragon. Basically..the rules to being classified as an AEGAKS is it must have an Ejectable Pilot Block similar to the one in Rabid's tutorial, and it could be anything from a Military, Racing, Civilian, Cargo, or anything you can think of, style mech. I can't wait to see what your builds look like.
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| June 27, 2011, 2:27 am
Hey everyone.
Rabid, if you remembered I said my main character, Octavian, was a mercenary during the war. So I was thinking if I could introduce that mercenary band which he used to belong to, in my part of the story and I'd like to ask for some advice about where shall their base be located.

Plus, I'll try to post the last part of the "Lost Patrol" soon, with or without the mercs'.
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| June 29, 2011, 12:05 pm
Quoting Shadowa Heartfelt
Yes, it will. It might not be Canon (part of the main story) but it could be part of a sidestory if Rabid doesn't think it'll fit into the Canon. If you wanna see a couple Animal AEGAKS, you could look through my AEGAKS folder on my MocPage and look at ICEBERG - Polar Bear, PANTHER, and KANGAROU, even my Eastern Fairy Dragon. Basically..the rules to being classified as an AEGAKS is it must have an Ejectable Pilot Block similar to the one in Rabid's tutorial, and it could be anything from a Military, Racing, Civilian, Cargo, or anything you can think of, style mech. I can't wait to see what your builds look like.


Thanks
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| July 2, 2011, 11:18 am
Quoting Green Cat

Thanks


You're Welcome. And a great example is my Celestial Kat, the Ivory Lightning, and my RENEGADE Shadow Crab. Both for my AEGAKS vs. AEGAKS sidestory.
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| July 2, 2011, 12:14 pm
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Quoting Green Cat
Um I'm a bit newer and not entirely familiar with the AEGAKS system so will my mech qualify as an AEGAKS if its on all fours, like an animal?

In order to qualify as an AEGAKS, all it needs is a recognizable pilot block, right now the official types are the standard that I use, and the Armored that Rai Schrado uses, and it must be ejectable.

The AEGAKS system is basically a nueral connection between the pilot and the machine, the machine becomes an extension of the body.

Right now, for Canon models, quads, M frames, and L frames are wholely welcomed. Other designs should have the feel that they belong to the story that has been thus outlined, and should have a thurough back story as to why it belongs to the Canon.
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| July 8, 2011, 5:47 pm
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Quoting Rabid Goldfish
In order to qualify as an AEGAKS, all it needs is a recognizable pilot block, right now the official types are the standard that I use, and the Armored that Rai Schrado uses, and it must be ejectable.

The AEGAKS system is basically a nueral connection between the pilot and the machine, the machine becomes an extension of the body.

Right now, for Canon models, quads, M frames, and L frames are wholely welcomed. Other designs should have the feel that they belong to the story that has been thus outlined, and should have a thurough back story as to why it belongs to the Canon.


What are the requirements that a frame must have to make an AEGAKS an L- or M-Frame?
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| July 25, 2011, 8:55 am
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