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Circular Reasoning


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#1 Offline Kumquat

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Posted Jun 13 2014 - 09:11 AM


----------------Circular Reasoning---------------



This here is the first iteration of a mech I've been working on for some time. My photography and MoCing is a bit too sub-par to post on other forums as of yet, but I thought BZP would be a good place to pitch the prototype.








Walrus Robot Punch!







The claw is attached to a string wrapped around the end of a small rod, that can actually be wound and unwound without being caught. I'm rather shocked it works so smoothly.

Edited by The Kumquat Alchemist, Jun 13 2014 - 09:37 AM.

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Get out of my dreams, Freud!

#2 Offline Dark_Stranger

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Posted Jun 24 2014 - 02:16 PM

The color scheme is nicely coherent,even down to the stickers on the torso, with just enough trans-green to keep the grey from being too monochrome, while the curves give it a nice, interesting aesthetic. And who doesn't love the ol' grapple-fist-mecha-punch?

Oh, yeah. This one's a winner in my book.     

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#3 Offline Collector1

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Posted Jun 24 2014 - 02:33 PM

Nice MOC! I love the nifty design of its detachable hand! 

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#4 Offline Ballom

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Posted Jun 29 2014 - 08:12 PM

Definitely a cool mech! The color scheme of light bley and trans light green is a good one, and the use of dishes and round shapes overall gives it a nice smooth aesthetic. Plus, the rocket fist is always a great touch.


Good work! I'd recommend posting the final version in places other than BZP.



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