Well, after months of procrastination, I've finally got off my butt and loaded this thing to the 'pages. You may say: "Wait a minute! That looks almost exactly like This! I swear I didn't rip it off of him. I'm also not sure if he ripped it from me when I posted this on Flickr who-knows-how-long-ago, or if we both saw the same concept art. Oh well.
Anyway, diving into the sci-fi nonsense...
The HCF-150 was developed midway through the war as a stronger descendant of the Roadrunner A and Roadrunner B. Though slightly less well armed, sporting an economy package of only 3 missiles, a small (and in my opinion ugly as sin) cannon, and a chain gun, this machine is far more everything-proof than it's ancestor with the glass cock-pit.
There's the other side for ya. Don't ask me for more pictures, this thing was idsmantled over a month ago.
A cleanly designed and functional looking mech. I like the way that you've created the splayed toes to keep it stable.
I like it
captain Matt anderson
November 3, 2010
very nice! i myself cant build a walker but this is just beast!!! i also wanted to know if ( i have alot of the clone bodies) if i could use the clone bodies as UNE troops or would they look to COPish?
seriousl!!! i always look at these excellent creations with the intention of feeling good, but i always come away feeling depressed because i will never be able to build that good, let alone get all the peices i would need. why must you torture me like this John?!?!?
Thaks for commenting on my Anaconda, red and grey is in fact a great colour combination. The predator like look of this one and the neat details are a delight for the eyes! Love the ammo chain hanging out of its "nose". Spreading the flu among its enemies and watch them come to an end from pneumonia! Duh! Nice job.