Here's my first four-legged mecha. I'm a huge Blacktron fan so it had to be a Blacktron Mecha. The cockpit was the hardest part to build on this MOC because it has to be very light so the legs could support it.
Great Job! 4/5 Stars. I love that you've used the original (very blocky) Blacktron trans-yellow windscreen and made it look very smooth ( in how it fits in with the model). Whether it articulates or not is unimportant to me, although, as was mentioned in an earlier comment, it could use a red laser or two. Then I'd give it 5/5.
ah, tu est francais aussi? [daz et moi sommes quebecois!] superbe modele! la stabilite des position est decevante, mais, le look est tres clean, design, et surtout...tres beau!!! superbe piece! j adore!
They are not really posable due to the weight of the MOC. When you take the legs away from the cockpit, it's very hard to get a good, stable pose. I use the tissue + technic pin joint technique for the rest of the leg. They can support the weight of the MOC but not more. It's a good way to build custom joint but it have it's limitation.
Quoting G W
Very nice, but how poseable are the legs? I can see that they are joined to the body by ball-and-socket joints, but what about the rest the leg?
Yes! Best space theme ever. I love Blacktron, and I love this platform. It's very "Blacktronish". Looks like a huge spider. Very nice pictures as well. Black is very difficult to photograph well, but you capture the detail and color perfectly. Nice number plate on the back. Wouldn't want to drive that without a registration. Attack!