RAMM A102 "nonameyet" ARV ( Armoured Reconnaissance Vehicle )
All right guys, I haven't uploaded anything for awhile cause life is getting in the way. Or at least school is. Anyways, here's the latest note worthy creation:
The ( as yet nameless - and please dont try to give me possible names ) ARV is useful for both on road and offroad ops, being able to 'walk' up rocky 40 degree slopes. It excels in mountainous areas, where its relatively light armnament ( 40mm variable fire cannon, 9mm long barreled minigun and one Taluk(R) anti-armour missle ) can be used to great effect in ambush scenarios. Also of note, recent in-field tests indicate that the A102c anti-air ( 40mm anti air [flak] rounds with 6 Airburst(R) light flak missles ) is extremely adept as a temporary short range air security solution.
please visit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/tayasuune/ for a look at some of my day to day MOCs.
NOTE - For those of you with sharp eyes you will notice a clear stand. It is NOT holding the MOC up - it can support it's own weight. It is, in fact, a photography aid. And thanks to the creator of RAMM for opening his wonderful genre to the rest of us.
this is an absolutely awesome concept. chances are this is what walking vehicles are going to have to look like in the future: legged so as overcome tumoltuous terrain, yet wheeled so as to travel across roads at a decent speed. kudos.
I agree with Elnickre, the pose you got it to do was very good. The legs are phenomenal, and the stripes are a nice touch. I wish there were an interior, but the detail and visual interest on the outside is solid. I saw this vehicle and thought: Flickr guy. RAMM is not a common theme here on MOCpages. 5/5
I admire the poseability (spelling? Oh well!) of this MOC. It is very compact and is packed with detailed goodness! I read your home page, and the only advice that I have to offer is simple. Some areas of the MOC could easily fit flat tiles; that's all I got! Well done indeed. ~Yours brickly, Nick ("ElNickre")