Wow, that is super-amazing! It looks a little top heavy, but seems to have a wide enough leg-standing thing. The poses shown makes this thing look super diabolical- I can't believe Bob Ross had a hand in the design...I guess maybe he got a little malevolent toward the end. Top notch mech.
Wow. Words fail me. This is what a suit should look like. I love the minute detail that went int this piece. The pneumatic pieces and the open places with angled armor, its simply beautiful. One of the best MOCs I have ever seen. Astounding. 6/5 :D
Nicely done. The cockpit is the real jewel here, fitting seemlessly and almost unexpectedly into the frame. The weaponry is fearsome and the technique is perfectly executed with surprising simplicity and elegance at the same time. Well done.
As always, the detailing is beyond excellent! I really like all the "hydraulics" on the legs. The hands are genius. The brilliant use of stickers is one of your trademarks which I always look forward to. And finally, we know who Bob Ross' alter ego is! ;-)
I like it
March 11, 2013
Field Marshal Kescenovitz, your DF projects never fail to delight. Is this HCA model named after Sigourney Weaver? She would certainly dig it (if it were available in yellow). The operator compartment it quite cool. Your use of the white rubber bands evoke the notion of muscle and sinew is very effective. Oh, and as always, the presentation is exemplary. I would love to see a DF truck designed to transport this thing. Attack!
Aww... when I see what a talented MicroScale Builder can do, it makes me wanna ...give up, for about half a second. Then, I retaliate by stomping off to build something Huge. (This is AMAZING work, marvelous detail... an example of all the fine-tuned planning this scale requires. My compliments!)
Absolutely outstanding build, Brian. Very much characteristic of this site's master mech builder. Love the militaristic look of it. The gun on his left arm is pretty scary-looking. I like all the greebling in the ankles as well. You took a lot of time to show the mechanical nature of this monster. Very well done.