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Manipulator Mecha by ModalMechanica Manipulator Mecha by ModalMechanica
Small 3 man unit typically used for forward reconnaissance and odd jobs. Manipulator arms are extendable, and the chasis can be equipped with various mision specific equipment. The unit can aslo be fielded as a mobile command post.
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:iconwinduparamarta:
so like this....the design were so mechanical..it is serve its purpose well
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Xperimental00 Nov 21, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice mech, very versatile. Sweet design too, the reverse joint legs and that thin torso is just to my liking. :)
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:iconmodalmechanica:
I'm glad you like it haha
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:iconxperimental00:
Xperimental00 Nov 23, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Well yeah, my type of mech. XD
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:iconjonevangelist:
You make me feel bad :(
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:iconmiha9000:
added to Sketches and concepts in Sci-fi Archives
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screenscan Sep 11, 2011   Interface Designer
yes this gotta be a fast machine, i think too it might easily be pushed so its falling..

the legs look really great
is it done analogue?

and whats with the arms? are they of any use?

cheers
:)
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:iconmodalmechanica:
analogue? And no, the arms are for manipulating smaller objects that require more precision.
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screenscan Sep 17, 2011   Interface Designer
my question about the arms came off the thought, that they are too short, so they would need smaller objects exactly in their range, which may be possibly impractical in "real" life.

"analogue" refers to your technique of work. on deviant they usually call this "traditional".
so how did you do it?

cheers
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