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Team Juvenile delinquents MOC Athalon entry to the "Mech" category: Unit 4673's Generic Hardsuit
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Team Juvenile delinquents MOC Athalon entry to the "Mech" category.
About this creation
Sorry most of the pictures are of him kneeling, they just look cooler like that. This suit was produced for the common use in war, and other forms of fighting, it is made to be mass produced, and is used extensively by the Government for use in rugged conditions.



View of his weapon



Back view



Closer side view




Side view



View of Minifig in front of the hard suit for comparison.


Just a note, the use of Lego Figure feet as hands is one my favorite techniques for hands. I would also like to say though the arm joints my look weak, they are actually made using the torch Grey piece and are quite stable. This is my first hardsuit ever so please go easy on me if its bad. The build didnt take long, only about an hour or two, but it was kind of easy once I got the feet done, they are always the thing that gets me. Well, Im rambling, so hope you enjoy.



Comments

 I made it 
  March 7, 2010
Quoting Alex Mac This is waaayyy too good for a few ones!!!! I think this is AWESOME. Truly, I object to how points are taken off because of an unclean background. I think people should actually be judging the bricks and not the cloth. But I understand since it IS legal to take off points for an unclean background. I still think the judging could be less strict, and please don't anyone get mad, I'm stating my opinion in a calm manner. Anyways this is a very good build, I hope you do even better in the next one(s).
Well thanks mate, If my team ever gets around to the next round in the contest I have a monochrome Mech that will blow the judges socks off!
 I like it 
  March 6, 2010
This is waaayyy too good for a few ones!!!! I think this is AWESOME. Truly, I object to how points are taken off because of an unclean background. I think people should actually be judging the bricks and not the cloth. But I understand since it IS legal to take off points for an unclean background. I still think the judging could be less strict, and please don't anyone get mad, I'm stating my opinion in a calm manner. Anyways this is a very good build, I hope you do even better in the next one(s).
 I like it 
  March 5, 2010
Great work!
 I like it 
  February 15, 2010
That's actually really cool, I like it, reminds me of robotech, nicely done my friend
 I like it 
  February 15, 2010
That's actually really cool, I like it, reminds me of robotech, nicely done my friend
 I like it 
  February 14, 2010
It is a nice build, but to proportions are off. The background needs to be plain as well if you are trying to highlight your moc. White or black paper/cardboard or such works well. A box lined with a neutral colour paper will do too. One (1) point from me. Lee.
 I like it 
  February 13, 2010
Hehe, the hardsuit may be "generic" but the background is very peculiar! You obviously put some thought and effort in this, and you came up with decent joints (still very difficult for me) but I think you have been a bit too lenient with its proportions: it's not "cool" to look at. 1 point is all I can give you.
 I made it 
  February 13, 2010
Quoting Dave Kaleta I'll answer your questions here. This is the gold standard in posting in my opinion (though he does use small pictures): http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/111848 Check out the MOCpages Advice groups for info on how to load bigger pictures (maybe try 1 at a time). Once a judge has left a vote, it's too late to edit ANYTHING.
Ok, thanks, I see that he has a perfectly white background, how do you do that?
  February 13, 2010
I'll answer your questions here. This is the gold standard in posting in my opinion (though he does use small pictures): http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/111848 Check out the MOCpages Advice groups for info on how to load bigger pictures (maybe try 1 at a time). Once a judge has left a vote, it's too late to edit ANYTHING.
 I made it 
  February 13, 2010
Quoting Dave Kaleta Okay, you've built a mech, now you need to put some thought into how you want to present it. Get your pictures in focus (and judges don't want to click to open, so let's use the bigger size). Put some thought into background and lighting (a multicolor background just isn't going to cut it). Don't apologize for anything in your post; if it's not good enough, you have 29 days left to improve it. I'm going to award 1 point to this entry and hope that you'll keep building and improve from here.
Question, How do you get the pictures larger and have you computer actually load them? And what color background would you suggest?
 I like it 
  February 13, 2010
Okay, you've built a mech, now you need to put some thought into how you want to present it. Get your pictures in focus (and judges don't want to click to open, so let's use the bigger size). Put some thought into background and lighting (a multicolor background just isn't going to cut it). Don't apologize for anything in your post; if it's not good enough, you have 29 days left to improve it. I'm going to award 1 point to this entry and hope that you'll keep building and improve from here.
 
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