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AEGAKS AT6-1 "Ruby" LDD
created for the AEGAKS project:
About this creation












My first attempt at an AEGAKS style mecha.



AEGAKS was devised by Jason Dominguez aka rabid goldfish

AEGAKS AT6-1 (Augment Type) designed for speed and agility.

Specifications: unknown
Pilot: unknown

I'm not too familiar with the back story so I'll concede to the greater knowledge of the rest of the group as to the details.


Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)

Comments

  February 26, 2011
Very innovative and unique build. I like it!
andros tempest
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Andrew AKA Hump-Free
  February 25, 2011
Nice Job, I Just Built My First AEGAKS, Though It May Be My Last, I'm Not Really Keen On Trying To Build Using Other's Style, Feels Weird.
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  February 25, 2011
Quoting Andrew AKA Hump-Free Nice Job, I Just Built My First AEGAKS, Though It May Be My Last, I'm Not Really Keen On Trying To Build Using Other's Style, Feels Weird.
I know what you mean about using other people's ideas. While some of the best designs I've seen are clearly inspired directly from manga, I normally prefer to take that just as a starting point. Plus most of my designs happen organically - I just start building and the results make themselves sometimes. (and sometimes they wind up looking stupid and I scrap them).
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  February 25, 2011
Actually, I agree with Jason, but to me, the leg joint is fine for simplistics.. Other than that, this AEGAKS is pretty amazing. Add a couple missles/swords/guns or add some sort of racing module to it, and you can go pretty far. I'm waiting to get my Bricklink order and I just might be able to start working on a frame instruction from easy - difficult (once I get good at AEGAKS designing myself. Very awesome job on Ruby.
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  February 25, 2011
Quoting Rabid Goldfish Very nicely done. It definitely looks quite agile. And at this point, there's a lot of leeway since you can build in the story or out of it. If you want to make it a story MOC, refer to here: http://www.mocpages.com/group_conversation.php?id=12982&topicid=63811 If not then just have some fun with it! ^Blub^
thanks. I've wanted to do something AEGAKS inspired for along time now, ever since I saw them over on Brickshelf. Trouble was I only have two exo force sets and LDD didn't have the right pieces. But thanks to the universe theme, LDD finally caught up so I could have a go. I must hasten to add that RUBY is only a prototype, once I figure out the engineering issues and how to use the joint tool for ball joints, I'm planning a much sleeker version. Think I'll call her "RUBY TUESDAY"
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  February 25, 2011
Quoting Mithryl Dlarix This looks even better than the cockpit module, and is a great job on a manned mecha. One thing though: those joints would not easily support something of this size--the forearm units in particular would not be able to hold that pose on their own. I personally recommend moving to a heavier joint type such as ball and socket joints, or even exo-force joints. Sorry about all the criticism. You're off to a great start, and I just want to help you maintain that upward trajectory.
the only reason I didn't use ball joints was because LDD4 has been acting out and will not allow me to pose them using the hinge tool. once they are added to the main figure they freeze. It's only been doing it since the last update, but it could also be that my PC doesn't have the spare memory to calculate the new positions. But I'll certainly look to using the clicky exo force joints if I can. There is another reason, which is a little embarrassing actually. While the body and cockpit are brand new builds, the legs and arms are recycled from two older work in progress designs for my cyberagents series.
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  February 24, 2011
Very nicely done. It definitely looks quite agile. And at this point, there's a lot of leeway since you can build in the story or out of it. If you want to make it a story MOC, refer to here: http://www.mocpages.com/group_conversation.php?id=12982&topicid=63811 If not then just have some fun with it! ^Blub^
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  February 24, 2011
This looks even better than the cockpit module, and is a great job on a manned mecha. One thing though: those joints would not easily support something of this size--the forearm units in particular would not be able to hold that pose on their own. I personally recommend moving to a heavier joint type such as ball and socket joints, or even exo-force joints. Sorry about all the criticism. You're off to a great start, and I just want to help you maintain that upward trajectory.
 
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