Backstory- During the war that destroyed the planet, there were many robots. Most were designed to be used for military strikes and assassinations. One of the main models of the assassins division was the PREDATOR. This Robot was design to be sleek and efficient. The neon green patches on his armor help him to blend in with the color of the toxic nuclear waste puddles that remain untouched by those smart enough to stay away. The Heart Light Predator is design to snuff out his targets heart lights and using his dual harpoons, rip them from his victims chest cavities. The massive neck guard on THLP actually doubles as a hub for several screens. these screens detect radiation, heart light signatures, and thermal flares. All of which can be used to find his targets. The HLP model was designed to return to it's assigned HQ and wait in cryo until the next target was digitally programed into their processor. This particular HLP would have lay dormant like all the rest after the great war, if it had not been for Steam-Junk. SJ is the only robot without a heart light. This curious robot is powered by steam. Because of this, he is constantly chased around by HLP who cannot track him with his overly high tech devices, after SJ accidentally set him free while exploring this particular HLP's HQ. It is a consistant game of Cat and mouse, and HLP is determined to hunt down SJ and see what makes him tick.
Now see: this is where a good story totally saves the day: at first I was a little bit like 'Man, that's an awful lot of colors. Where's the theme?' but then I read the backstory, and not only did it justify the mixing, I happen to think the Hero-vs.-Archnemesis thing you've got going on between HLP and SJ is FANTASTIC material to build upon. STORY, FTW!!! Cheers, m8!
Awesome! The strange designs and color combinations give this guys the look of post-apocalyptic that Banjax wants. Also, the predator has a cool hunter look... Although I can't say the prey looks like one, but, honestly, how do something look like a prey? xD Good job, my dear, and good luck.