the first hardsuit in Project "Tiny Titan". its size should not be underestimated, it is built to destroy the toughest targets, like bunkers or large moving targets. its design enables an almost instantaneous transformation into a flight enabled mode, in which the rear stabilizers angle back and the legs unfold to their true length to allow maximum thrust. all the thrusters can also be used on the ground for lightning movement, or massive jumps. The project is also the first to incorperate "Bio-Neuronics", which links the pilot directly to the suit via spinal implants, think Dr. Octopus in spider man 2, the needles go into the spine to allow direct control of the suit through thought processes and neural signals. seen piloted by Jim, he is my mech specialist.
the suit has been renamed BNH(bio-neuronic hardsuit)
About this creation
the arm without equipment. the weapons come in modular form, and are monted on hardpoints located on the shoulder, the elbow, or the wrist/hands. The back also serves as a larger hardpoint for tactical equipment such as radar generators/jammers and weapons holders for ground troops.
the weapons include, a light "hound" vulcan cannon, and the chain gauntlet. which is a powerful shield generator that has two energy chainsaws protuding from the front. the shield, when active provides 360 degree cover, and the energy blades can rip through most armor plating and all but the strongest shielding, the shield is projected out from the grey disk
the stabilizers angling back for thrusters
in flight, the legs have unfolded for maximum thrust
another flight shot
the armor open for pilot release
just a comparison between legs folded and partially unfolded
the fully stripped down version of the Fenris before weaponization.
Very impressive moc, i usualy find makingsuits for minifigs to be quite difficult. as for some advice, for better pictures you could
Get the Pisaca program on you computer, because you can crop andchange brightness and next would be to put a clean sheet of white paper behind you MOC when photoing(but without the flash)Hope that helped!~Cole
March 20, 2009
The pictures are really blurry. The shadows are also too deep. Stop using flash and focus those pictures. I know that they could be better if you wouldn't rush.