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W.i.P: AML-600-X3 Kintaro by AceDarkfire W.i.P: AML-600-X3 Kintaro by AceDarkfire
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Wings3D (Modeling)
Vue 5 Infinite (Render)

A completely new direction from this:
[link]

I've been working on this on and off for the last month, most of that time constantly remodeling the torso (as different save-files) and constantly coming back to this one, adding parts and going "Well, this isn't turning out how I want it" - and then starting a whole new file, ditching it and coming back to this.

Will eventually start on the insides of the lower legs and arms, as well as working on the internals of the feet.. Will end up needing to modify the torso to allow hints of internal detail. I'm not looking forward to doing wires (never am), but with some tricks I've learned, they shouldn't be a hassle. I didn't plan the torso ahead for doing internal work, so I won't be doing as much with its internals as I am with the arms and legs, but I will do enough with it to make it seem like I didn't totally slack off on it.

Without optimizations, the mesh is over 200,000 Triangles. (With both on screen, over 400,000 tris)

This has a VERY long way to go, I'm guessing it is no more than 20%-25% complete - would be more exacting, but I have habits of constantly going back and changing, removing or adding things on my models (most of which I'd consider minor and never post them up) - of course, the flip side of that is, I may never finish it. You have no idea how many unfinished projects I have sitting in my 3D Folder.

With knowledge gleaned from this, I'll get back to the ACS Ezekiel: [link] (Which, frankly, was just a bunch of shit thrown together to make something that didn't resemble shit - wasn't exactly successful).
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Mecenatos Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
cool mecha!Oops! 
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Easterhands Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2011
I'm curious, do you rig and animate any of your robot creations, because I'm facinated by all of the different ways to rig a robot, and would love to see one as cool as yours animated.
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noorelven Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2010
I liek the design and the details gone into it .. as most of your work has. More over I like overall outlook as well. If only these things were real and we could pilot them around
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Hellstorm888 Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
That sounds fun O.o
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prdarkfox Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
I think I like this version more. :)
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