The Dingo Class is well suited for dry, dessert like, or even urban terrain. It specializes in long range, hit and run operations, as it's left "arm" is dedicated to a massive 42-g Plasma beam cannon.
While it's left arm is devoted entirely to a cannon, the right side is equipped with a massive arm/hand combination for close quarters combat.
Here on the left side, we can get a better look at the shear size of the lethal 42-g Plasma beam cannon.
The rear of the mech is where the massive power cell is located. It is responsible for powering the majority of the Dingo's basic functions.
The feet are made out of a highly dense polymer-steel alloy. While they are indeed quite strong, they can still get the mech where it needs to go relatively quickly.
Like on all other AEGAKS mechs, the pilot block, power cell, and head, eject from the rest of the mech to ensure the pilots safety.
Here we can see the brave pilot, Zantu, ready for action.
I think this turned out pretty good. I actually made the torso part a few months ago, and put the project on hold because of a lack of tan. As McLegoboy pointed out, there is no full body shot. I forgot to take one :( I think you can still see most of the body in a few of the pictures though. I have a a couple more things to upload, and they will most likely be posted within the next week.
Quoting Rabid Goldfish
Glad to see someone's still using my theme. All in all, very well done. Got anything else planned? ^Blub^
Yeah, I try to build in the theme every once in a while. Also, thanks for the kind words it means a lot as your the creator of the theme. As of right now, I'm not planning on doing another AEGAKS mech for a while. I've got a few other builds to finish, and the MA's are starting soon.
Glad to see someone's still using my theme. Great design, and very well thought out for the environment of choice. The cannon looks great too. The feet were an interesting choice. Since sand shifts, large footpads are more beneficial for balance, so that was a well thought out detail. All in all, very well done. I'm been toying around with an L frame concept, but I'm short on parts now, so it's been slow goings. Got anything else planned? ^Blub^
Quoting Justin L.
I'm not a big fan of exposed joints (specifically joints comprised of the pieces used here), but this was executed so well, the joints only added to the awesomeness of this build. Great job!
I was going to cover them up, but it ended up looking a bit to bulky, glad they look okay. Thanks for the comment!