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Gundam Mech : Ritual
Hello guys!! Like promised , I show you my next home design gundam, The "Ritual". Some of the used pieces are old, so they could be damaged, sorry in advance... And sorry for the picture too, the camera was good, but not the man behind x)
About this creation
This unit has been produced by the same factory the Redemption had been. It combines speed, maniability and firepower. With a very complete drive and propulsion system, this unit is really fast, but its weapons rate of fire is relatively slow (Nothing could be perfect x) ). But this fault is compensated by severals close counter attack weapons
This time I tried to put more features to the MS ( And I fixed the legs issue I think) )
Let's go ...



Front view



Side View



Rear View



Body



Rear Booster



Now let'see the equipment. The ritual has a rechargeable missiles launcher system located behind his head



Firing missiles



The main weapon of this unit is a wave motion rifle, very powerful but a little lack of speed. When the Ritual doesn't use the rifle, it can be stored on the missiles launcher system



AMI Shield : The shield of the Ritual can is a semi beam shield what can took all beam shoot. But it's also equipped with the AMI technology (Anti Missile Impulsion). This technology allows the shield to send a wave impulsion to destoy the missiles who could get too much closer to the suit. This technology have also inconvenient, it consume a lot of energy and due to missiles explosions, it could seriously damage the shield, which become unusable.



Here the belt boosters



Now the beam saber, located on belt boosters when no used



But the Ritual could also activate some knee beam sabers to close counterattack !



When he's equiped with aile system, the Ritual could use two big Wave Motion Blasters



The aile system is almost the same as the Strike Gundam one, it could be separated.



Aile Propulsion System






Now the sword Equipment system, composed by a great sword and an impulsion cannon which can be separated from the suit and used like optionnal environementt support ( Just like the Strike Freedom Gundam blue little "guns", but bigger and alone btw x) )
this optional weapon could also be used with aile system, in this case it's stored on the rear booster.



Sword Pose



Belt mini-machine guns (for close counterattack)






To finish, front and rear view of the full equiped unit !!



Weapons :
Regular : - 2x2 mini-machine guns located on the belt ( for close fighting counterattack)
- 2x2 rechargeable missile launchers located behind the head (counter measures)
- A Wave motion rifle stored on the missile launchers system when it's not in use
- 2 beam sabre stored on belt boosters
- 2 knee beam saber (for close fighting counterattack)
Aile : - 2 powerful wave motion Blasters

Sword System : - A Great Sword which is stored on right part of the backpack
- An impulsion cannon which can be separated from the suit and used like optionnal environementt support

Unit Drive System :
-A main rear booster
- two propelers located on the belt
- two propelers located under the feet
- two regulators located on the legs extensions
- Two Impulsion Accelerators located on the aile impulsion cannons (Aile only)
- Aile boosters (Aile only)
(When the aile is in flight mode, two more boosters are also effective)


Here it is =) . Don't forget to rate and comment !!!

Due to the frustration I have been confronted to with this building ( "I can do a very beautiful leg with these pieces!, but oh!! of course i haven't enough pieces to do it on the two legs -_-" " ,for exemple...) i think now i would use ldd to build gundam, and real pieces for other stuff like war vehicle, ships ect... even if I have a lot to learn in the software use ahah.









Comments

 I like it 
  June 22, 2011
Your gundam looks great--I like all the weapons. When you are building something, the important thing is to not compare yourself to others. If you are happy with what you build, then that is all that matters. If you want to improve, then practice as much as you can. Every time you build, your skills will improve as you try out new ideas and new techniques. This applies to LDD as well. I'm an adult who has been building mecha for a long time now. I've had time to learn from my mistakes and grow as a builder. But when I began, my mecha were much, much worse than anything you have built, believe me. You're off to a great start and will only get better at it as time goes on.
  June 21, 2011
If you got problem on LDD system, maybe Mithryl Dlarix can give you a hand. He is really good on it. If your problem is the structure, here is a good structure for you to download : http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/275855, also from Mithryl Dlarix.
 I made it 
  June 20, 2011
Quoting ccy 8086 It's quite impressive for a 16 years old child's creation! I especially like the light saber from the leg which seems very useful. Since you call it Gundam, try to reduce the size of it's head and make the leg longer. Gundam should have a model body scale I remember. Keep building such good mecha!
Thanks for commenting !! i'm trying to redo and modifiate this one on ldd, and i don't find it very easy ahah
 I like it 
  June 20, 2011
It's quite impressive for a 16 years old child's creation! I especially like the light saber from the leg which seems very useful. Since you call it Gundam, try to reduce the size of it's head and make the leg longer. Gundam should have a model body scale I remember. Keep building such good mecha!
 I made it 
  June 18, 2011
Quoting Thomas Z. You should try making it thinner first, something like this: http://www.mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=262617&id=/user_images/69211/1302434571m or check my other creations, you might find some ideas that you can use!
Ok I see, thinner rules xD I will try to fix it, but not today :/ I don't want to make it too thin neither because it's a "big" sword ;) In all case great thanks again!
  June 18, 2011
You should try making it thinner first, something like this: http://www.mocpages.com/image_zoom.php?mocid=262617&id=/user_images/69211/1302434571m or check my other creations, you might find some ideas that you can use!
 I made it 
  June 18, 2011
Quoting Thomas Z. Another nice Gundam from you! The weaponry is very good (except for the sword, tht looks a bit lacking but I can understand that you didn't have enough parts). The additional two arms on the knees is also a great feature, reminds me of "The O", Seravee and other UC Mobile Suits using more than one arm. LDD is not that hard to use, if you have enough patience you can learn to use it very quickly. I'd like to see what you can do if you have the parts that you need! Anyways, good job!
Thanks man, for rating and encouragement!! I think I could improve the sword but I dont really see what I could do xD. Maybe a hilt, ornements or something like that no?
 I like it 
  June 18, 2011
Another nice Gundam from you! The weaponry is very good (except for the sword, tht looks a bit lacking but I can understand that you didn't have enough parts). The additional two arms on the knees is also a great feature, reminds me of "The O", Seravee and other UC Mobile Suits using more than one arm. LDD is not that hard to use, if you have enough patience you can learn to use it very quickly. I'd like to see what you can do if you have the parts that you need! Anyways, good job!
 
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