This week: 7 variations on the Kleinpanzer frame. Number one is the otherwise unseen powered security armour seen in MOCIA.
About this creation
I'm going to let the pictures do most of the talking.
It's a security exoskeleton intended for use aboard spacecraft. As such it needs to be able to travel in microgravity to inspect ships and so forth.
Very adaptable design, and quite popular as such; the missile tubes can fire everything from armour piercing rockets to magnetic grapples.
Some of the stuff attached to this one isn't accurate to the MOCIA. Reason? The one in MOCIA was fitted out for use aboard the ship, which as part of its design has doors made to be hard to traverse with exoskeletons. The maneuvering packs wouldn't fit.
No lines. They looked ugly and ruined the simple elegance I had going.
You should be able to figure it out.
Well, now to end with a long standing traditional image.
nice i like how its a upside down wall iv'e done something like that except i used a wall(a bumpy one so it looked like the fig was in a rocky planet)and put it sideways so it was a ground. the guy in suit thing the guy on the ledge i mean hes so boring why not use mission mars helmet?
I like it
March 17, 2011
btw i like the gun:) it really looks like a pistol
Quoting karsten Rees
the guy in suit thing the guy on the ledge i mean hes so boring why not use mission mars helmet?
Because that odd little 2001: A Space Odyssey style helmet is probably one of the most recognizable identifying marks of the MOCIA series which that suit originates in. Other than that, it's not intended to be Mars Mission, so the original helmet would be misleading.