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"Partners in crime" Pegasus/Orion Class Hardsuits
Two Hardsuits I built on a rainy day. The Orange, tank-ish one, Nicknamed the "Orion Class" was the first of the two and was originally plain grey, however I felt that it looked rather plain on it's own so I decide it should have a partner, thus the speedy and agile "Pegasus Class" was born. Both can fully fit a fig and are mostly possable, (if highly fragile). Please rate and comment, and of course, enjoy. :)
About this creation

The Pegasus class
Designed to work as a sniper or scout, it features a long range comm system and a 70 cal. sniper... Is that even possible, I would'nt know.






The Orion Class
Designed as the "tank" of the two, built to sustain huge amounts of damage and then go home afterwards in one piece. It features 2 sets of 5 sidewinder missiles, a heavy calliber arm-mounted gattling gun and an arm-mounted recipro-blade.










Comments

 I like it 
  August 17, 2013
Okay, these are some sick war machines...I want to make a hardsuit now...lol
 I like it 
  March 31, 2011
You should show how to build pegasus on youtube! >>5 points<<
  October 10, 2010
That is cool! u know what? the head of pegasus is intense. Can you post the instructions( if you have one)? I really want to build one?
 I like it 
  September 21, 2010
Very well done Sir! More people need to see this stuff... Nonetheless, you've achieved two very effective builds and given them striking color combinations with cool poses. These are almost believable as real hardsuits.
Frizz !
 I like it 
Espen Stalder
  September 20, 2010
These are just amazing! I love that green one's chest. All around excellent job!
Frizz !
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Spaztastic the Diabolical
  September 20, 2010
As awesome as this may be, you sir have violated my number one rule about mechs: no limbs dedicated as melee weapons. This ain't Gundam, people.
Frizz !
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A. A. (A.K.A Noname)
  September 20, 2010
I'm not a big fond of mechas and hardsuits, but these are really cool: the weapons, the scale, the details... I like the combination of the Bionicle part (I think it is, I'm not so sure about it). Keep up the good work!
 I like it 
  September 20, 2010
I like it! Nice presentation to!
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  September 20, 2010
Wow! I really like them! Especially the green one. Good job!
  September 20, 2010
Well, ask your elephant: would he rather be shot with this: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:35_mm_Oerlikon.jpg or this: www.vincelewis.net/700.html or this: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:SMLE_Mk_III.jpg because there was a guy once who made quite a name for himself in the overgrown molar business with his .303.
 I made it 
  September 20, 2010
Quoting Areetsa C I like this, I really do. It's just such a lovely design; four studs wide at the torso, good proportions, fits a fig... I do have a few nitpicks, though. Firstly: a "Sidewinder" is a heatseeking AAM, and it's massive. Definitely wouldn't fit five in there. And secondly, there's a lot of kiddies who think a .50 BMG can kill anything, tanks included. .70 does exist, but you'd be better off calling that a 35 millimetre. One, because .700 is a big game cartridge but wouldn't even dent a hardsuit, and two because, well, kiddies. And 35mm is a big, manly cartridge. It can kill IFVs. It'd probably spatter an elephant all over the countryside. Anyway, I'm off to post links to this in various groups. >4 months and only 5 comments is just a crime.
HAHAHAHA, read to the part about the elephant and had to stop because I almost pissed myself laughing. Thanks much for the tips and the links though, that really made my day, thanks mate :D
 I like it 
  September 20, 2010
Excellent hardsuits/mechs!
 I like it 
  September 20, 2010
I like this, I really do. It's just such a lovely design; four studs wide at the torso, good proportions, fits a fig... I do have a few nitpicks, though. Firstly: a "Sidewinder" is a heatseeking AAM, and it's massive. Definitely wouldn't fit five in there. And secondly, there's a lot of kiddies who think a .50 BMG can kill anything, tanks included. .70 does exist, but you'd be better off calling that a 35 millimetre. One, because .700 is a big game cartridge but wouldn't even dent a hardsuit, and two because, well, kiddies. And 35mm is a big, manly cartridge. It can kill IFVs. It'd probably spatter an elephant all over the countryside. Anyway, I'm off to post links to this in various groups. >4 months and only 5 comments is just a crime.
Frizz !
 I like it 
Randy Lauw
  June 3, 2010
Awesome shape on both hard-suits. I really like the head on the Pegasus class suit. Great job ! :)
 I like it 
  June 2, 2010
Good use of pieces. Built due to a rainy day, I know how it feels. The next MOC i am putting up was built on a rainy day.(Provided your rainy day was not just a way to say a boring day)
 I like it 
  April 23, 2010
Oh yeah! Nifty techniques and very cool-looking hardsuits!
 I like it 
  April 23, 2010
I like these two, a lot! Great use of neon colours.
 
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