Well, here we have a three-quarter shot. Some people like to avoid using such a generic angle for the title shot. I don't see any reason to avoid it.
Here's a shot of it's side, showing the main beam cannon, and the leg.
Why do people always put vital hoses out in the open? They could cover them in armor like the rest of the mech! So why am I imitating them? Because these hoses are the triple-level redundancy of a non-critical cooling mechanism. No one cares if they get blown off.
Note the large grey boxes on the shoulders.
Actually, note the big missile racks on each shoulder! Real firepower there, baby!
More leg detail.
Here's how the pilot get's out:
First he opens the front hatch...
And then he jumps! I'm not really sure who will drive this thing, so I stuck one of my heavy units in there. I figure he'll know how to operate the thing.
The removed leg. Please pardon the blurry picture.
The leg broken down to show the design, credit goes to Moko of the Mecha Hub for devising the general design of the leg. Note shown in the breakdown is the pin setup that allows the leg to rotate at the hip.
"Hey! You're breakin' my mech!"
A shot of it walking.
A nice, perspective shot that shows what infantry see.
And a shot of the mech posed! I pride myself in it's great articulation.
The final shot, an action scene! I will try to include one of these in all my MOCs.
Beautiful! The greebling is excellent, the color works well and you did an excellent job making it very flexible. I tried to duplicate those missile racks forever and couldn't figure it out, they look awesome and I love how they have working doors. Top notch!
Peace - Patrick