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A-32 Jackrabbit
My first attempt at Post-Apoc.
About this creation
The Guy hiding behind the wall is cool

I'm pleased with how I made the leg bend so it looks like its walking

The Gun: Originally It was made to be a Trandoshan Repeater Gun from Star Wars Republic Commando but I think it looks cool in Post-Apoc

A shot without the Jackrabbit, I'm not to happy on how the sewer drain turned out.



The Jackrabbit: Recently I've made some improvments on the seat area and the Pilot which is now displayed on my shelf. This moc was built last Friday.






Comments

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  January 28, 2012
Hope his gun is powerful enough to take out that walker... Cool
Jonathan  Thomas
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Matthew Mckay
  October 21, 2009
Great walker! I love it :)
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  September 9, 2009
I love walkers and I love you walker!! nice!
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  July 5, 2009
excellent work
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  May 29, 2009
Original, industrial looking beasty. I like it.
  January 5, 2009
whooa ... that's different ! ... i like it :)
 I like it 
  December 27, 2008
HI. Thanks for commenting on my creations! I like the walker and how you made the gun look like it's on gears. If you like Republic Commando I just posted one of the Spider Droids from it!
 I like it 
  December 16, 2008
Nice walker! :)
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  October 31, 2008
AMAZING!!!!!
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  October 31, 2008
Brilliant! Looks so wonderfully mechanical :-)
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  October 23, 2008
make it more wooden and less symetrical
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  October 23, 2008
i love this!
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  October 17, 2008
Ooo... It's pretty... ~ James : o
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  September 22, 2008
*Sigh* I'm gonna try MY first Post-Apoc MOC in a MOC-off with your brother. I am soooooo dead. =) Well done!
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  September 21, 2008
My republic Commando user-name is: Queber- go figure. nice moc.
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  September 21, 2008
Very nice. I like how clean the design is, and the parts usage is great. Excellent work, my friend, this is very good!
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  September 20, 2008
Awesome! You sometimes exceed your brother! Probobly cuz he rarely posts anything, so it's hard to tell.
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  September 19, 2008
I love this thing! The concept of this walker is a good idea and I think it looks funny somehow.
Jonathan  Thomas
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Patrick Leon
  September 17, 2008
I like it. And about the trolltag AFTER me: I am going to ask Brian Patnaude. But if he doesn't want to do it I will let you. BUT I will only let you do it if you leave good comments and 5 star ratings on my stuff. Sorry if this sounds snotty.
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  September 16, 2008
The look that you made witht he legs is perfect, and the cannon on top looks really good, Do you like round shapes? because they make up most of the Jackrabbit
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  September 16, 2008
That's cool. Sorry, but I already said yes to Patrick Leon. I don't know how he will do but I'd hate to say no to him now. If you want the spot after that i will mention it to him. Messaging through comments is so awkward. talk to you later. garth
 I like it 
  September 16, 2008
Yep, that looks like a speed demon. Sarcasm aside, I really like this one. The scenery is solid, and the walker is really good, but Jackrabbit doesn't sound like the most fitting and appropriate name.
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  September 16, 2008
Very imaginative. I only hope my own models might come out this good, should I ever try to do Post-Apoc
 
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