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Armored Core AC GF-74D "Turret"
It's another one! Indeed it tooke me less because I used same design from "WhiteC" but it's more heavy and more destructive! MUAHAHA!
About this creation


Main Pic of Page.



Second Main Pic...



What are you looking you punk!?




Lowered Linear Gun




Like I always say: Break a leg chap!




Don't you dare say a word...This are just the initial steps (5 days ago)!




Just some crude, brute, but still effective blade which causes burns (YOU KNOW THEN WHY I'M BURNED?!) and causes also overheating on the enemy's AC.




I SHALL VAPORIZE YA' MINIFIG!!!







Comments

 I made it 
  March 31, 2009
Quoting travis mccoy how do you attach the waist to the body, silly question ,but its bugging me to near insanity?
It's sort of complicated to tell, sinec there are alot of plates which hold the waist connector with the torso...What I can tell ya' is that the piece (alone...check the legs only) is used for the waist it's an EF Arm Connector Joint. Hope this keeps you on sanity. ~LC~
  March 31, 2009
how do you attach the waist to the body, silly question ,but its bugging me to near insanity?
 I made it 
  March 31, 2009
O...K...That was uneccesary liked! Even thought I only count with at least 2 TV-Sized boxes, it's pretty useful when making new techs. -LC-
 I like it 
  March 31, 2009
Wow, this is probably my favorite mech from you so far. It looks fantabulous. Really great. The legs look terrific as well, Like your other one, the unique style works great here. Have you considered posting a basic frame? Just wondering. Fantastic work as always. Keep on building ~ Nowhereman
  March 31, 2009
Quoting Phong Chang Toby, how much money will that take?!?!?!?!?!?!
I'm sorry to confuse you! I ALREADY HAVE around 2 million pieces (somehow). My issue is that I started collecting when I was about 2, and since the switch to 'new' gray I haven't bought much, so I have few newer colors. I do, however, have quite a few rarer old parts, such as the three-long tubes you, Dali and I were talking about a while back. I also need more T-pieces, since there's no such thing as too many, and quite a few parts to finish up the 'Sarpedon' (WIP pics will be posted along with my next mech). My Bricklink order totals to about $100 US, minus S&H... Again, sorry!
 I like it 
  March 31, 2009
Toby, how much money will that take?!?!?!?!?!?!
  March 31, 2009
Quoting LEGO 19 My problem was that I spared out from the yellow shoulder parts (only one...lol) and I just have 2 white and 2 purple (as I didn't want to use purple) so I used the white ones. I'll try to make another model, restricting the use of those. -LC-
Ahhh, gotcha. We all suffer from part-lack occasionally (I'm about to order a huge set of pieces from Bricklink to finish up about five projects and start three others). I actually refuse to dismantle the 'Macharius', which only contributes to this in my case. I should also probably sort my parts... EEEK!!! With my 2-3 million bricks, 150 hours sorting time would be a good guess, I think... I should probably figure out how to store them too...
 I like it 
  March 30, 2009
the head looks exactly like the EVA-00 from Neon Genesis Evangelion, pretty cool
 I made it 
  March 30, 2009
Quoting Toby Heinemann Overall, a very well-made mech. The only things that throw me off about it are the two white parts in the shoulders (presumably leftover from White-C), the heavy use of parts with the Exoforce Japanese logos/signs on them (I simply prefer plain edges, and detail with pieces), and the few visible studs. Aside from that, great job! I sort of agree with Phong-- the torso design here is highly reminiscent of Ryu Kwi's designs. However, his work is almost always studless, generally much larger, and often has less color. Also, thanks for commenting on my latest stuff, more to come soon!
My problem was that I spared out from the yellow shoulder parts (only one...lol) and I just have 2 white and 2 purple (as I didn't want to use purple) so I used the white ones. I'll try to make another model, restricting the use of those. -LC-
 I like it 
  March 30, 2009
Overall, a very well-made mech. The only things that throw me off about it are the two white parts in the shoulders (presumably leftover from White-C), the heavy use of parts with the Exoforce Japanese logos/signs on them (I simply prefer plain edges, and detail with pieces), and the few visible studs. Aside from that, great job! I sort of agree with Phong-- the torso design here is highly reminiscent of Ryu Kwi's designs. However, his work is almost always studless, generally much larger, and often has less color. Also, thanks for commenting on my latest stuff, more to come soon!
 I made it 
  March 30, 2009
Quoting Phong Chang I'm very impressed! Nice job on the legs. Your title for now can be: The next Ryu Kwi! You really evoke his style!
OH REALLY O.O?! W00tNESS!!!
 I like it 
  March 30, 2009
I'm very impressed! Nice job on the legs. Your title for now can be: The next Ryu Kwi! You really evoke his style!
 
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