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ATAM (All-Terrain Artillery Mech)
The first in an inevitable series of manned, bipedal battle robots, the ATAM is a formidable challenge to any military.
About this creation
My obsession is weapon concealment. In this creation I was able to create two fold-down multi-dimensional machine guns, along with various other less-hidden weapons.




This is the gun folding out; it's about halfway done the process.





This again, is the gun folding out, it's just a little bit away from its position of storage.







On it's rear, the ATAM can hold two dispensable spike mines, two power crystals, and there was a winch, but i guess it didn't want its picture taken.





This is one of the mines on the ground.







On the ATAM's legs are various tools for repair and rifles in case the pilot needs to go into combat unaugmented.






For all-terrain traction, the ATAM is engineered with folding-down spikes on either foot.






These positional cannons are for taking out small to medium sized vehicles.



Comments

  November 26, 2010
its realy cool i like how you named it:)
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  November 19, 2010
I definitely like the bulkiness of this mech and the pop out weapons are a sweet touch. The only thing it could use is some kind of canopy to protect the pilot. As it stands now, one well aimed sniper bullet and it's cheery pie splattered all over the back of the mech, ewww!
  May 27, 2010
Very nice! What a smasher...
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  March 6, 2010
Quoting ALL YOUR BASE ARE BELONG TO US Hey, great mecha you have on your page. I don't have a lot of time, so I'm just going to give you a kind of blanket comment on all of them. I really like the style of your mecha. There is a good use of and variety of shapes that really give them character. I'm also a big fan of the fact that you take the time to make sure they can fit a pilot (which is not as easy as it sounds). I would say that the biggest weakness of your models is the lack of weapons--but that is easily solved. Great stuff man, I'll look forward to seeing more.
Lack of weapons??? Have you seen my GRAVITY- Class Artillery Mech? http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/185782
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  March 6, 2010
Hey, great mecha you have on your page. I don't have a lot of time, so I'm just going to give you a kind of blanket comment on all of them. I really like the style of your mecha. There is a good use of and variety of shapes that really give them character. I'm also a big fan of the fact that you take the time to make sure they can fit a pilot (which is not as easy as it sounds). I would say that the biggest weakness of your models is the lack of weapons--but that is easily solved. Great stuff man, I'll look forward to seeing more.
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  February 17, 2010
SNAP! The only thing you need to work on is the creativity of the guns...
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  February 8, 2010
Wow thats really cool. It reminds me of one of those machines in a raving rabbids game my neighbor has. It was pretty hard to beat.
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  February 6, 2010
very solid looking Mech!
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  February 1, 2010
Absolutely beautiful! great job on a mech! Looks really heavy duty!
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  February 1, 2010
Interesting work. It feel's fat and heavy like a real peace of metal.
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  January 31, 2010
Very nice.
 
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