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Mecha Design Variations 2 by ModalMechanica Mecha Design Variations 2 by ModalMechanica
Description is in the title, which is your favorite and whyyyy.
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Lanc3rZ3r0 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I really like elements of each design. From the far left (and second because they are the same design, it seems) I really like the high-mobility looking nature of it/them. I also like the 'deadless' look of it. It adds a sort of psychological aspect that I feel would make it look somewhat spectral on the battlefield, especially when combined with what looks like a high-mobility package.
From the middle (or second right) I really like the thuggish stance and posturing. It looks slow, but it also looks like it would/could pack some heavy heat. I also really like the leg assembly (the whole thing, from the hip down) it has a very nice, sveldt feel. the small foot size also makes it feel like it could move at a good clip if it had to, and has superb balance all the time.
From the extreme right i like the torso likes and the slightly raised but still recessed cockpit/head area. it gives the whole mech a very functional feel, especially when combined with the intake covers(?) to the left and right of the cockpit. I also like the elongated arms that are slightly 'too thick'. these make it look like it could carry heavy weight by hand if it had to. The only thing i dont really like about it is the blockiness of the legs. I think the design would be better (personal opinion) if it had the legs of the one next to it. This design though feels the most like a walking tank, which is how i picture mecha on the battlefield: highly-mobie/nimble armored fighting vehicles designed kind of as 'tank hunters' and anti-infantry weapons more than anything else. I feel like mecha would shine in an urban or dense jungle setting more than in open field combat where fire-support could rain havoc/make terrain more impassible.
Copycatbear202 Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2012
can i use one of the drawings , i wont to draw bemo from adventure time in this kind of suit
ModalMechanica Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2012
go ahead, just credit me :)
Needlesix Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2012  Student General Artist
I like the third one the most. Sloped armor in its light frame makes it look suited for small-scale operations; being able to deflect kinetic-based rounds without losing mobility/agility is quite possibly its most important feature. For instance, I can imagine myself piloting something similar but without the angular armor, only to get myself killed with an AP round through the cockpit.

Not to mention I hate all AP snipers in any way and form! :sprint:
ModalMechanica Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2012
chaos-sandwhich Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
i'd take the far right for a spin, loks nice and stable, and could throw its weight around
screenscan Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2011   Interface Designer
id take the right one with the legs of the center piece

great coloring of the upper right one!
MrJumpManV4 Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
second to the left looks interesting, it would need some nice feet though as well as some nice arms
wassap34 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2011
right most seems more believable middle looks like a boxer/brawlish bot
AngelicAdonis Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Pretty sweet mecha! Nicely done! :D
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