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Hardsuit W Mk2 . My hardsuit, totally redone, with meaner everything. Also known as the last time I use overhead lighting for photography. . Well, in case you couldn't guess, the Mk1 designation of my first hardsuit meant there would be more. This one was designed specifically to be armed, unlike my first one, and that resulted in the cool black and silver color scheme and the more posable arms and legs. Some of you like backstories and specs with your various armed machines. All I can give you is this quote from Alex Fojtik: "Backstory? That minigun is all the backstory you need." I must admit the technique for the ammo chain is not original, but was stol... borrowed from 000 000. I designed this mech to look cool with long-barreled weapons, and oh boy does it show. After seeing Yuri Fassio's Old School, I knew I had to do something like this. His mech looks seriously awesome with that shotgun. Here it is, the best picture of it yet. This is the exact pose this hardsuit was designed for, and it worked perfectly. Don't mess with this guy. Yes, that's the M-4 first shown off in my secret bunker. Sorry, but Brickarms is just a substitute for creativity. That's a purist gun. While I was sorting through my collection looking for good weapons for this thing to hold, I came across this sword and thought "why not? Everything looks better with a sword." It's true. This was just in case you needed further proof. Interstingly, the hardsuit doesn't look so cool with sidearms and close-combat weapons unless you return the arms to the same configuration as the Mk 1. Fortunately, doing so takes less than 30 seconds. Alright, calling all copycats. If you want a hardsuit of your own, study the following pictures, get eyestrain, and build one. Remember to credit me if you post it in anything. OK, that's all for now. I'll add some more light-hearted, humourous poses later. I'm thinking a few law enforcement applications would be cool, although I shudder at the thought of Phipson getting his hands on one. What if I'm next after Yuri?


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