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I've been itching to build another mech for a while, but I really wanted to build something badass! This guy's based off my Moodland Scale Samurai Vader fig with some serious Gundam influence.

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Expect more pics tomorrow!

Kurashikaru meka,

nothing special, kinda was taken along by my actual mech building.

A common and versatile design originally produced in the fabrication pits of the Panama Free Economic Zone, the Grunt hardsuit has been called the AK-47 of mecha for its ease of use and reliability.

 

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SHIPtember isn't even halfway over yet but I've got that MaK itch that only some mecha goodness can cure. Hope you guys like this one, I'm planning about 4 or 5 variants.

 

Heavy Artillery Unit Variant-002 Mecha

 

Cold weather type

A German-American mecha :)

Underwater salvage and repair mecha built for Mecha Hub's civilian mecha contest.

The divine mecha.

Name: Onyx

Model:

Mecha Class: Oni

Manufacturer:

Unit Type: Heavy Defensive, Load Bearing Unit

Operator: Sir Jacob Lee

Height: 10.51m

Weight: 72.8 Tons

Top Speed: 150km

Max Vertical Jump: 3.4m

Armor Type: Extreme Heavy weight, high density organic carbon alloy infused with black mithril>

My entry for the Mechahub "junk mecha" contest.

 

It ended up being more like a junk-yard mecha than a junk mecha I guess. I liked the idea of using a bunch of those Power Miners roll cages to protect delicate joints like the ankles and shoulders, that you would always be banging on stuff in a crowded, disorganized space junkyard.

 

The grabber arm has sharpened fingers so it can double as a "jaws-of-life"-style hydraulic cutter. If you've ever worked construction, you know that a bucket attachment is useful for more than just digging--you can also carry stuff in it, and bash stuff out of the way.

 

Also features a roll-cage protected operator seat, plenty of handholds and hardpoints, warning light, two spotlights and a bunch of heavy duty chains for lifting/pulling.

I suck at naming things. The thing on it's back is supposed to give it electricity powers or something.

Early in the 22nd century, massive multi-ped cranes were designed which were capable of building generic pre-fab office buildings on greenfield prairies in a matter of hours. The resulting abundance of habitat for insurance and investment nerds, lawyers and accountants ushered in an age of economic prosperity.

 

Built for the Mechahub Civilian Mecha Contest.

Some random MOC from me.

I wanted to build Matoran's statue with Copper mask (something like ""The Akilini Winner), but during building process I realised, that it look more like some futuristic mech. So I changed my plans and rebuilt body. Now it's an exosuit for minifigure. :P

Interesting fact - exosuit consist only from light grey details, except one 4 long stick in torso and glass. It was pretty hard no to use black 2 longed sticks. :S

For more realistic view black gun can be placed on model's back.

Pilot can easiliy be removed.

Just for lulz I added one photo with sword and shiled, it looks pretty good, IMHO.

I also have some photos of my original idea, you can see it here: i.piccy.info/i9/4abf23c72256da7bbae0baa9ebc7bcac/14221263...

 

This is my entry for the Brickworld 2011 event kit. It's a mecha with five sections (this year's theme is "5") in the five Brickworld colors.

 

109 pieces.

Name: Gleipnir

Model:

Mecha Class: Jaeger

Manufacturer: Armarth Armory

Unit Type: Heavy Defensive, Low Mobility Unit

Operator: Mass production unit

Height: 9.8m

Weight: 58 Tons

Top Speed: 80km

Max Vertical Jump: 4.4m

Armor Type: Heavy weight/ density, carbonated steel plating

 

Comments people, comments!!!

Just a couple of quick snaps of a civilian construction mecha.

Finally better pics. Be3f's mecha on the left and my iteration on the right

 

Thanks to .JSP. for the photos and kyleph for lending the lightbox

My entry for the MechaHub Iron Mecha Challenge. Photo by Neil Helm.

So yeah I've been away for 7 weeks in Europe, it's been amazing, I met up with Stijn which was a crazy experience, hanging out with a mate you've been talking to online for over 2 years is pretty amazing. Needless to say I had a great time.

 

anyway now i'm back to the normal world and back building so this is my first contribution to Ma.Ktober, guess you could call this a warm up? anyways i'm pretty late so yeah.

Enjoy

For mecha madness

used Kyle's fancy new camera

An unarmed science mecha. He does science things. Like finding the last plant in existence.

 

Credit to my subconscious knowledge of Mark Sandlin's DEEPFRAH. Only after I completed it did I realize it beared striking resemblance, albeit much smaller and less FRAP-ier.

 

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gave it some new shoulder armor.

A submarine construction/maintenance mech, built for the Civilian Mecha Contest (if I can figure out how to post an entry, I'm interweb impaired).

Multi role mecha made forthe challenge over at Mecha Hub. Basic type.

Just messing around with old grey. Enjoy! :P

Makes sense, doesn't it?

The Legs are from The AT-AT model....the rest is monsterized

A labour mecha, of sorts. It lifts and carries things. Thigh joints cribed from Ironsniper.

Is gonna rip you a new one, and will enjoy doing it too

 

I called this "Doom bug" at BF09. That was one of the names I came up with. However I like Olympus Defence mecha better. A kind of tribute to one of my favorite manga works; Project Appleseed by Shiro Masemune.

 

This took about a month to build and is rather big. As you can see it stands on its own.

"Back in War, I drive Natasha walking armor. At first I hate her. She is big and ugly.

 

After war, she is recycled. Make me sad... but I get to keep driver's seat. Put it in my home. No place feel safer."

 

A bit of a rush job on the render before the holiday. Might clean it up a bit later.

 

I wanted to make a mecha that housed a micro-figure - because reasons. It didn't turn out too bad.

lego mecha

feat apash and imf crew

I was going for as small as I can get it.

Series One - Kanto.

 

My three month-long (say what?) Lego project is finally completed.

 

Introducing the three starters: Venusaur, Charizard, and Blastoise, in mecha form.

 

These giant mechs (which has Pokemon trainers or pilots controling them) engage in large-scale Pokemon battles known as Poke-mecha.

  

Building three large-scale Pokemon at once is a massive undertaking (which explains why I haven't posted anything in a while), especially if I'm inexperienced in building mecha (although I think I did a good job on my first try :D )

 

I'm thinking of making more of the Kanto series before moving on to the recent Pokemon (like a Metagross, maybe?)

Compact exosuit/mecha

Height: 9cm

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