Danish Mandalorian Heavy Support Mech 2.0

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Danish Mandalorian Heavy Support Mech 2.0

Postby Maverick » Sun Dec 15, 2013 11:13 am

The newest addition to the Danish Mandalorian army, The Heavy Support Mech 2.0 or HSM2.0!
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The weapon design is based on the Hunter from Halo. The HSM2.0 was designed by the Danish Engineering company 3D-Tek.
It was designed to protect infantry against artillery and tanks. For that purpose 3D-Tek got their hands on some OT. They plasmarised the rare material and used it for ammo, and so the Heavy Slug-fed OT cannon was born. To add to protection they added a huge shield with build in chainsaws and blaster cannons. Enough talk and more pics:
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Combat position.
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Closeup of the cannon.
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Closeup of the shield
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The pilot actually fits inside the cockpit.
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Only the best pilots gets chosen to drive the HSM2.0. The mech pilots have got a special HUD-screen in their helmets to help them shoot.
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Size-comparison.
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Blurry Picture, but it captures the essence.
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Also, it has buttcheeks.
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Re: Danish Mandalorian Heavy Support Mech 2.0

Postby Zahru II » Sun Dec 15, 2013 12:43 pm

I like the big gun arm and how you made an attempt at customizing the pilot in a way. I think the core design is cool, but it's still a bit threadbare: you should try and add some more detail or armor bits on the limbs if your inventory allows that.
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Re: Danish Mandalorian Heavy Support Mech 2.0

Postby Maverick » Sun Dec 15, 2013 12:52 pm

Zahru II wrote:I like the big gun arm and how you made an attempt at customizing the pilot in a way. I think the core design is cool, but it's still a bit threadbare: you should try and add some more detail or armor bits on the limbs if your inventory allows that.

Unfortunatly i can't do that. I even had to make the had the cannon arm shorter because i lacked the necceseary parts. :(
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Re: Danish Mandalorian Heavy Support Mech 2.0

Postby BFenix » Sun Dec 15, 2013 9:16 pm

This thing has buttcheeks. Freakin' armored mechanized buttcheeks to annihilate stuff by sitting on it.
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Re: Danish Mandalorian Heavy Support Mech 2.0

Postby Maverick » Mon Dec 16, 2013 1:43 am

BFenix wrote:This thing has buttcheeks. Freakin' armored mechanized buttcheeks to annihilate stuff by sitting on it.

Yes. Very much, indeed. They're also for über-twerking.
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Re: Danish Mandalorian Heavy Support Mech 2.0

Postby Bluefog » Fri Dec 20, 2013 4:28 am

I would re-work the legs, but I like the gun design.
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Re: Danish Mandalorian Heavy Support Mech 2.0

Postby Maverick » Fri Dec 20, 2013 4:53 am

Bluefog wrote:I would re-work the legs, but I like the gun design.

I have actually reworked the legs since. And thank you, it took some time to come up with.
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Re: Danish Mandalorian Heavy Support Mech 2.0

Postby Silent-sigfig » Fri Dec 20, 2013 12:47 pm

Why is it danish?
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Re: Danish Mandalorian Heavy Support Mech 2.0

Postby Maverick » Fri Dec 20, 2013 1:01 pm

Silent-sigfig wrote:Why is it danish?

I am danish. LEGO is danish. Denmark is cool. Al magt til Danmark!
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