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Kyle Peckham vs. Brickbrothers 98 Moc-Off: Mech Suit
After the chaos off the MocAthalon I finally am back to something I enjoy building: futuristic military. The main picture is done by me, it is my own editing. This mech suit has a great name to it, but for censoring issues you'll have to look at the Flickr set for the official name. Enjoy!
About this creation

Brickbrothers 98 's homepage.
His entry .
Main Group homepage.
Flickr Set

The IAM-200 (Infantry Assault Mech) is the standard mech used by the United Republic of North America (URNA) during WW3. After being bombed by the newly reformed Nazi regime of Germany, the USA needed to ally with the other countries. They joined Canada and Mexico, and with aid from South America, formed the URNA. They are currently patrolling the German cities that were bombed in retalliation. WW3 is coming to a close, and this mech walks through the ruins of Berlin (main picture).

Loadout (Standard): Wrist Blades, Standard Issue Pulse Rifle

Loadout (Heavy):
Detatchable Missle Pod (2 rockets)
Detatchable Heavy Pulse Cannon

TO THE MOC!



The stereotypical picture of any mecha/mech suit that is needed. Lighting that compliments the mech, and also gives it quite a badass look to it!



The IAM-200 running into battle. I love the posing that I can give the mech suit, everything just works.



Front view.



Left side view.



Back view.



Right side view.



Close-up of the chest area.



Close-up of the upper legs.



Close-up of the lowr legs/feet.



This mech has wrist blades! I've seen this parts usage used before as a bayonet, and thought about how it would look on a mech. It works well!



The IAM-200 has various attachments to engage the enemy in battle. Shown first is the Long-Range Heavy Pulse Cannon. Capable of firing slugs at up to 1000 mph at a maximum range of 500 meters, this cannon makes any long range attack seem ineffective when compared to this.



Here we have another pic with the LRHPC. Shown here is the optional missle pod, which includes 2 Sonic Charges. They are commonly used for a heavy loadout mech suit, and not for much else.



The weapons/attachments. LRHPC on the left, Standard-Issue small Pulse Rifle in middle, and detachable Missle Pod on the right.



Thanks to David Wang for the awesome photo editing!



Thanks to Andrew AKA Hump-Free for making the awesome Propaganda poster!

Good luck BB98, you'll need it! >:D

Comments and constructive criticism appreciated. KP out!




Comments

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  January 22, 2013
sweet! Please checkout my mech suit. You can search space marine or just go to my page.
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  May 4, 2012
I love it! The pictures are awesome :D
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  April 24, 2012
Very well done, I'd also like to see some more action shots and some more of that posability you mentioned. Another thing is maybe give it some more guns, the gun is has is amazing, but I think a wider range of holdable weapons would complete the "soldier" look it has.
  April 24, 2012
Simple problem - when I hear "suit", I think of a minifig sized armour, which is a very hard thing to do, but if done correctly, it's a very good thing to do. And if you are attempting a larger scale, make an armour that fits a whole minifigure and moves with its limbs. Hard, but the effect is good. Seeing how well this is made, you should really try something more challenging.
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  April 20, 2012
Well built and very well photographed. This is a complex MOC, but your photos illustrate the details quite well. Showing it in a wider range of poses would have been nice (as you mention pose-ability in your text). The attachments are slightly underdeveloped compared to the rest of the suit. The shoulder mounted gun seems a bit rushed. I think you can do a lot more with this concept. And as always, I would love to see this in a setting (like a vig). Photoshop is nice, but Lego is better. Attack!
 I like it 
  April 15, 2012
Fantastic pose!!
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  April 14, 2012
Very nice! I love that last picture!
Kyle Peckham
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The Texan Bionicle Builder
  April 13, 2012
Epicness! Love the design on him man!
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  April 13, 2012
MA CHAT NOW!
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  April 12, 2012
This is really cool. Love the posability of the whole thing and your use of lego hands was quite brilliant, especially with the feet. Nice compact mech, excellent job.
  April 12, 2012
Great stuff! Love your back story and NPU. The only thing I can say is that the feet look a little small..... 9/10
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  April 11, 2012
Sweet i like the feet
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  April 11, 2012
Man I don't have anyhting to critisize! It's epic I'm loving the way you made the feet. the gun would also make a decent SMG for a small mecha like this http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/311514 the wrist swords are also insanely remarkable. The legs are a bit close together and a bit skiney. I guess a bit of bulk could be added. Just the bulk that's all I have to say as critisizm besides that its amazing. I'm loving the base and still suprised that I didn't come up with those feet first. I'm into small feet too. I'm 5' 9" and wearing shoes that are 7s. So small feet are awesome. I really hope you win.
  April 11, 2012
love the look i think BB98 has some competition hope you win
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  April 11, 2012
Epic build!!!
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  April 11, 2012
Impressive Mech suit!
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  April 11, 2012
Very nice!
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  April 11, 2012
Very nice suit! But since there's a regular minifugure head on there, his body looks oversized... XD But great job, anyway! I love it!
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  April 11, 2012
Very cool! nice one! I like the body design, BTW my older sister is trying to annoy me again, and was looking over my shoulder. At one point, you wrote "everuthing just works." insted of 'everything just works'. She wanted you to know XP anyway, good luck in the contest :D
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  April 11, 2012
Cool suit.
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  April 11, 2012
Very Nice ,the only things is that it looks quit rag don't get me rong at this. but the detailing is perfect! I think you will beat me....:( ,
Kyle Peckham
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Suspicious Chicken
  April 10, 2012
Nice mech you got there, very nice. Very well greebled and possible.
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  April 10, 2012
Well, I made an image, keep in mind that it is meant to be reminiscent of a Propaganda Poster, so it's nothing crazy. It's up on my Page. Also, if I had any advice to give for this, I would suggest that you should widen the torso, to give the proportions a more masculine look.
 I like it 
  April 10, 2012
Nice build! I think the main picture needs a little bit of work around that border, but it shouldn't be hard to fix.
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  April 10, 2012
Nice suit, though personally, the whole thing is just a bit too long and lanky for me. But that's just me. ;)
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  April 10, 2012
I guess you could call it a Mech-off ;D great build!
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  April 10, 2012
As I said before; Awesome!
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  April 10, 2012
Although I doubt a reformed Nazi regime would be based in Germany, it is still a nice moc!
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  April 10, 2012
Very impressive! Nice piece usage too. -LB Senior
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  April 10, 2012
Awesomeness. I love the overall shape of it. Thanks for adding my pic! ~David
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  April 10, 2012
Awesome hardsuit! Love all the weapons! Very nice design! ~B.P.
 
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