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Powered Exoskeleton - Onslaught Variant
Finally, after a month of procrastination, I present the Onslaught Variant Exoskeleton for your viewing pleasure!
About this creation


Just showcasing another exo-model variant. This vignette was probably my favorite of the three of these. The idea was a city under siege, an idea that I will most probably embellish in the Knife Team series (which still needs an official title. Ideas welcome).



These two are armed with a Mk.III Gauss rifle/cannon. It fires a 5-10 lb. slug at a target at about .3 the speed of light. While very effective against most targets, it is inadvisable to fire at a heavy tank, as it will draw unwanted fire.



The rifle also has a fairly high rate of fire, boasting somewhere around 50 rounds to the minute. That makes for a very short combat situation. However, the weapon will overheat if used extensively. The clips (not visible) contain about 50 rounds reportedly. Most of the technology and information regarding these exoskeletons is classified.



Greeblings. . .



Shooting some unfortunate fool that we can't see. . .



Arched railing thingy. . .



Explosion. . .



A couple shots showing the vignette minus the exoskeletons (in case you didn't notice).



Etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. . .



Showing off their weapons.



Here they are with their standard issue SMGs.



Exoskeleton pilots: Okay, just leave your wallet on the table and then back off very slowly. No sudden movements.



And here's the whole gang!

Click to view (and comment on) Recon Variant model and Pyromaniac Variant model.

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Comments

 I like it 
  November 25, 2011
The cracked hole thing in the wall is well done. Keep up the good work.
Jeffrey Donlon
 I like it 
Paperweight .
  February 9, 2011
This is great! I like how you did the scene and I love how you did the exoskeleton's shoulders! Do you mind if I post my own Powered Exoskeleton variant?
 I made it 
  February 9, 2011
Quoting Paperweight . This is great! I like how you did the scene and I love how you did the exoskeleton's shoulders! Do you mind if I post my own Powered Exoskeleton variant?
Feel free to build one! Just (if you remember) give credit, okay? Glad you like these so much!
 I like it 
  January 22, 2011
Nice vig and the arches add a nice touch to the scene. That would be awesome in real life.
 I like it 
  December 18, 2010
Nice vig. I especially like the custom guns. >Eric
 I made it 
  November 30, 2010
Quoting Quinn Humphreys Hi jeff i've got an idea for the name maybe ongoing night or twilight in "wherever it's set lol:)
Thanks for the idea! Even if it isn't the title for the series, it would be used as an episode title. Maybe I should have a naming contest in the Titanian Confederacy?
 I made it 
  November 30, 2010
Quoting Night Hawk _ Nice I like the bullet hole effect. Also have you tried using large photos because I find that it makes creations better.
Any photos in particular that you would suggest? Working on stuff for the prologue for the series...
 I like it 
  November 30, 2010
Nice I like the bullet hole effect. Also have you tried using large photos because I find that it makes creations better.
 I like it 
  November 29, 2010
Hi jeff i've got an idea for the name maybe ongoing night or twilight in "wherever it's set lol:)
 
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