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"Grunt"-class Lumberbot
About this creation
Well, I'm sorry to those that I told I would post this yesterday, but I was foiled by forces beyond my control: my parents. At any rate, it's posted now, so get over it. :) This is the first in a series of MOCs inspired by Emperor Ludgonius' theme, or at least the lumber section of it. It will consist mainly of mechs, with perhaps a few vehicles. I would have had another mech to post, but my Cracklink order hasn't arrived yet, so oh well. This bot is used for lifting heavy loads and transporting them with delicate, yet surefooted agility. These qualities are derived from the long, stable feet, the spring-loaded (like suspension) legs, and of course, the jetpack. Other than that there really isn't that much to tell, so enjoy, and then rate and comment!






A basic view of the front... I really like how the shoulder pads came out.



Side: the legs are a concept I was experimenting with, and are pretty simple. I like it, though. Also, I really like how the shoulder pads came out.



The back with the jetpack. Not much to say about this, just that I really like how the shoulder pads came out.



I decided to take a shot of the inside of the shoulder, to show how I designed the whole thing. It is expressed here how I really like how the shoulder pads came out.



Mr. D. Ticonderoga II (No. 2, that is) volunteers to act as an imaginary log, since I didn't want to dig around for something that would look like a log. I really like how the shoulder pads came out.



Smile!! Did I mention how much I really like how the shoulder pads came out?




Comments

 I like it 
  January 5, 2011
Cool! I love the amount of articulation you've managed to fit into it! Nice work!
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  December 17, 2010
Wow this is great! You should post some more things, you are a very good builder!
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  November 13, 2010
IT CAN CARRIE A PENCIL COOL
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  November 13, 2010
really cute love the handes.any why can you comment an my creations if you can I would really be happy tnx
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  October 26, 2010
Very cute little robot, I like the head and the arms.Also,the use of those rounded pieces for shoulder armour is very effective. :)
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  September 3, 2010
This is quite good! Nice, original idea. Hope you have a happy birthday on the 22nd!
Mandy Roberts
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Joe P.
  June 27, 2010
Cool! 4/5
  June 24, 2010
COOL! I love robots nice work!
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  May 11, 2010
pretty nice!
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  May 11, 2010
pretty nice!
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  May 5, 2010
The shoulder plating is the best part. Pretty good overall :)
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  May 2, 2010
I shouldn't like those motorcycle handlebar hands, but for some reason I do... I like the shoulder pads too.
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  May 2, 2010
I like how the shoulder pads turned out : )
  May 2, 2010
This is a cute little robot. The robot's detail is perfecto! Keep up the good work and welcome to the Pages!
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  May 2, 2010
Nifty techniques and cute little bot! You should add it in the Roboworld group! http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/11126
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  May 2, 2010
Very cool design and parts usage! Me likey!
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  May 2, 2010
Hellohellohello! This is very good! That head reminds me of Flare's "Rhinoc and Erglopps" mech! Keep on brickin'!
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  May 2, 2010
Quite clever parts usage here Mandy. And by that, I'm talking about the handle bar hands, the shoulder pads, the chest plate and the like. Great job on post number 2!
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  May 2, 2010
Sweet! I like the shoulder pads too. But the jetpack steals the show. The arms are expert too. Great job! -Frennd
 
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