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AEGAKS AT7-a / AEGAKS AT7-c LDD
part of the AEGAKS Project mecha.
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AEGAKS was devised by Jason Dominguez aka rabid goldfish

Shown are two distinct variants of the AT7 a major modification of my AT6-1 design. Taking on board some of the suggestions made (not sure why the head module was needed, joints wouldn't support the limbs, etc) I basically started the frame from scratch.

The idea for the weapon arms is partly inspired by AEGAKS 105-MOr "Mathril" by Jason Dominguez.

The "a" version is the one which retains the head module from the AT6-1 model. For the AT7-c I removed it and added extra detail to the under carriage and the rear section.



Building instructions
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Comments

 I made it 
  February 26, 2011
Quoting Mithryl Dlarix I thoroughly agree with Jason on this. Headless looks better on this. The joints are much improved as well. Thanks for taking what we said into consideration. You are a gentleman and a scholar.
well LDD is still being a pain, non of the leg joints would allow me to pose them once I added the armour (yet I was careful to place them so they weren't restricted). It's been a sacrifice I make with all my recent models, work with what ever pieces LDD lets me hinge, or use the right pieces and leave it static without posing. but I'm happy with the final look. Thanks for the tips.
 I made it 
  February 26, 2011
Quoting CEO Luiz Camargo A great model indeed! The armor caught all my atention. The headless mode is much better. Good job!
I debated about the armour as my original spec was that the model should be fast - but in the end I just though, meh, it's now built to take a pounding instead. I like how the symmetry of the leg and arm armour turned out, though I kind of wish I'd made the weapons bigger and added more at the rear. But like any frame it's a starting point to dress it bigger and better.
 I made it 
  February 26, 2011
Quoting Rabid Goldfish Nicely done, though I have to say, the variation without the head looks best. And to answer your comment on why it needs a head. L Frame size AEGAKS look just fine without the head. I just felt that when I created the M frames it felt a little bare on top, so I added a head to it and I liked the asthetic it gave it. Technically, as many have said, they don't need one, but I felt it made the humanoid frames look more complete. Nicely built! ^Blub^
Yeah when I saw the AT7-a I realised that even if I kept the head the proportions looked totally off. it could be that my head was too big. thanks for the feedback.
 I like it 
  February 25, 2011
I thoroughly agree with Jason on this. Headless looks better on this. The joints are much improved as well. Thanks for taking what we said into consideration. You are a gentleman and a scholar.
 I like it 
  February 25, 2011
A great model indeed! The armor caught all my atention. The headless mode is much better. Good job!
 I like it 
  February 25, 2011
Nicely done, though I have to say, the variation without the head looks best. And to answer your comment on why it needs a head. L Frame size AEGAKS look just fine without the head. I just felt that when I created the M frames it felt a little bare on top, so I added a head to it and I liked the asthetic it gave it. Technically, as many have said, they don't need one, but I felt it made the humanoid frames look more complete. Nicely built! ^Blub^
 
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