For the 2010 mech contest in the category of Unmanned mech.
The year 2020 is the beginning of a new era of mechanical warfare. The resistance-class Assault Mech is the first of it's kind on the battlefield. It is a remotely controlled robotic soldier. The operators can control the mechs from miles away, in the safety of a battleship, base, or any other place that has room for the control consoles. The two tiny antennae on the mech's head receive and send data back and forth to the controller at an extremely fast pace. This eliminates lag between control inputs and physical movement. The mechs can be used in any environment, including underwater.
About this creation
Here is another action shot.
A closer view of the mech.
The other side.
Side of the head.
Leg. Sorry it's a bit dark. I'm working on upgrading my photography area.
Here is a vulture siting on a cactus. Both of these were "borrowed" from other builders. The cactus is LegoBlake's design (Flickr) and the vulture is I Scream Clone's design (mocpages)
Now for some bonus footage! This is a small piece of the control room where the operators...operate the mechs.
despite being an awesome creation (trust me,it is), i don't think this counts as "unmanned" because it still has pilot, just not a pilot that is in the mech. or it could be like UAVs, which are unmanned but still have pilots and- aw, i give up.
Really nice scene. Adds a lot to the mech I think. The mech itself looks great too. I'm just wondering about that control room. Why would they need helmets and armour, when they don't actually face the enemy? To me it would make much more sense if they were sitting there in a tuxedo, or maybe even casual wear... :P
hey jason. that is good. i like the detail you put into your creations. mechs really alow for a lot of small details. lately i am building mini spaceships but i am not posting them because i cannot think of names. how do u come up with names for all your mocs. reply on Star Wars Mega Club please.