Medium sized, inexpensive mech used for basic combat.
About this creation
I know it's been a while since I have put anything up, but I finally shot some pictures of this guy.
First of all, there are 4 rotatable joints in each leg. I'm not trying to brag about that because that is just too many, but at least I can put them to good use, here you see the SENTINEL looking up, possibly at some birds, possible shooting something out of the sky, who knows. And i finally used a non-grey scale accent color in my builds, I didn't do a very good job but I tried.
Here is a strut, this pose looks kind of awkward.
While we're here, I'll just talk about the weapons. There is a high-powered rifle between his legs (yeah i know), two double-barrel automatic guns on the lower side of the torso, and some mortar tubes on top. Also equipped with flood lights in the front, several sensors and huge antennas that are sure to get blown off in combat.
Here's the back of the mech, some good hoses and such.
So the thing is, I originally was trying to build some human-shaped thing but the torso and head looked awful and the legs were too big. Nevertheless I kept the legs, turned them around and made a mech instead, here you can see how the legs would fit the old build better.
And finally, if you thought "well it's ok but it doesn't even fit a minifig", you are wrong. It's cramped in there, and I didn't have room for any cup holders, but he fits.
Anyways that's all for now, I hope you enjoyed it :)
absolutly beautiful and once again thanks for the feedback on my hardsuit. this is a great build and worthy of you i love the flat look of the feet and the bulky armor also the accent color is beautiful u may not like it but it works for me. anyway enough butt kissing but really nice build
I like it
The Lego Man ...
November 6, 2010
Aaaaah...so beautiful.Remind's me of Brian Kescenovitz Mocs. Incredible, deserving of the Dawn Forge title.
I like it
November 6, 2010
Simply brilliant! You have adapted and worked upon Brian Kresti.....Kresto.....,I'll just call him Brian K. Anyways,You have adapted and worked upon Brian K's style of mech and the result is an amazing piece of work.
Ahhhhh...It's like a breath of fresh air. It's been a while since I've seen a really nice Mech (not that there haven't been others, just haven't seen any in a while). I was even tossing around the notion of trying another one myself. But this one is wholly satisfying. Great design, color work, parts usage, even presentation. So, just...THANK YOU!