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Armored Core Prototype Moc - Celestial Heaven
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I'm not going to describe these photos, as this was just a study-type build or more-so a personal learning build, and you can simply ask what's what.
About this creation
Basic Display pictures






6-Pack missile pods




Lance and Shield




Wings with boosters (the black parts)




Gatling Gun and 8 Rocket pack






Boost Wings




Dual Spears




Assault Rifle and Chainsaw (a personal addition to Armored Core) [chain actually spins (with help of course)]








Sword





~Armament and Accessories~




Blades


Shield and Missile Packs


Artillery


Chainsaw


Flight Accessories



~BONUS!~ (Loaded with EVERYTHING!) [just to goof off after a job well done]











Comments

 I like it 
  May 16, 2011
Glad to see there is someone else building AC on MOCpages. You did a great job base on your style and it's really cool! I really love those creative weapon. I also have several AC which you might like to have a look~
 I made it 
  May 16, 2011
Quoting Neil Dynamo The head, shoulders and the shoulder-booster things on this are really good. I'd suggest making the torso broader by 1 or 2 studs on either side, but the angular shape it has looks good. The legs don't have a lot of posability though; I'd suggest rebuilding the top portion of the thigh so that the knee socket rotates 90 degrees to leg the knee joint have the maximum range of motion to the front and back instead of to the sides. Finally, I'd like to say that while the torso, head and shoulders all look good, the rest of the mech looks terribly unarmored; the only thing I can really think of to correct this is maybe sacrofice some of the equipment to make more shield plates. I mean you have enough equipment that if you combined it all together it would be larger than the mech itself but you don't have enough armour to cover more than part of the shoulders and one forearm. That seems kind of silly to me.
Yeah I know it's lacking quality leg armor. This was just a test to see if I could build something close to another AC mech. The head took FOREVER to get to work, and the head moves up and down but not side to side. As for weapons, I would, but I like my favorites. Also, What do you think of an AC using a Chainsaw? Haha! My own personal AC creation. THANK YOU HAILFIRE DROID! <the treads = the chain> Anyways, thank you for looking this over and being the first to comment and leave some critique.
 I like it 
  May 16, 2011
The head, shoulders and the shoulder-booster things on this are really good. I'd suggest making the torso broader by 1 or 2 studs on either side, but the angular shape it has looks good. The legs don't have a lot of posability though; I'd suggest rebuilding the top portion of the thigh so that the knee socket rotates 90 degrees to leg the knee joint have the maximum range of motion to the front and back instead of to the sides. Finally, I'd like to say that while the torso, head and shoulders all look good, the rest of the mech looks terribly unarmored; the only thing I can really think of to correct this is maybe sacrofice some of the equipment to make more shield plates. I mean you have enough equipment that if you combined it all together it would be larger than the mech itself but you don't have enough armour to cover more than part of the shoulders and one forearm. That seems kind of silly to me.
 
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