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Beefed up Galaxy Squad mech
Started with the Galaxy Squad eradichator mech and just got going first by removing the orange parts and this was the result. thanks for commenting :)
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 I made it 
  September 3, 2015
Quoting Zach Sweigart Looks alot like the Mad Cat/Timberwolf from Mechwarrior, was that your inspiration? Great mech!
Thanks! Dead on! the Timberwolf from the Mechwarrior PC games. Minus the Chicken legs...I could not figure them out at the time and the thing is so top heavy, anything I tried just crashed down....so, big straight legs and huge feet!! :)
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  August 4, 2015
Looks alot like the Mad Cat/Timberwolf from Mechwarrior, was that your inspiration? Great mech!
  July 27, 2015
Hhhmmm... I don't think it has enough guns
 I made it 
  July 26, 2015
Thanks man! it would cost alot thats sure!:)
Pat Lac
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  July 22, 2015
Awesome build. If Lego was to make the original like this, the cost would have been doubled. Hahaha. Keep on brickin!
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  July 22, 2015
Quoting BlaBlurBlah - I agree with john walden, you've got allot of good elements here. The most difficult thing I've had to deal with mine has also been fragility. All the effort put into the greebles and armor plates, only to come apart under any kind of impact. Incorporating a technic beam as a spine that held the major elements together helped allot. Dealing with a top heavy moc usually means big feet and stiff clicky ankles, so you've got a reason for those. What might also help is to incorporate rubber into the feet somehow. That way they don't start sliding out of position and then the feet don't need to be as large. You can also build a stand for it for when you are tinkering with it. It makes it allot easier to see the effects of your work without having to shift the mech into it's standing position or rushing to catch it when it falls.
I agree with all of that, I have a lot of improving to do on my mech, wanna do "chicken legs" but keep doing other stuff...like spaceships all the time like my wife says ;) Thanks for the advices and nice comments, im learning so much stuff on mocpages since I joined, after a 25 or so years break of no Lego.
 I like it 
  July 21, 2015
I agree with john walden, you've got allot of good elements here. The most difficult thing I've had to deal with mine has also been fragility. All the effort put into the greebles and armor plates, only to come apart under any kind of impact. Incorporating a technic beam as a spine that held the major elements together helped allot. Dealing with a top heavy moc usually means big feet and stiff clicky ankles, so you've got a reason for those. What might also help is to incorporate rubber into the feet somehow. That way they don't start sliding out of position and then the feet don't need to be as large. You can also build a stand for it for when you are tinkering with it. It makes it allot easier to see the effects of your work without having to shift the mech into it's standing position or rushing to catch it when it falls.
 I made it 
  April 2, 2015
Quoting jon walden This reminds me of a Mad Cat or Rakshasa from Battletech. You've got some great shaping going on here. I might suggest tightening up your color scheme a bit, it seems a bit too busy for me. As far as the feet, yeah, they might be a bit oversized, but it's not like I haven't received the same Criticism for some of my designs. Just making them 2 studs shorter front to back could make a major difference in overall proportioning of the mech. All in all, it's a great mech! P.S. If you think I plan anything out when I build, you'd be sadly mistaken....I tinker till I find a result I'm happy with.
Thanks alot for the feedback, I really appreciate it man! :) You are sooo right for the feet, they are so big because the thing is so darn top heavy its not even funny! The whole thing looks good but its so fragile, After my new Lego room is done(next week), one of my first projects is to give my mech a new pair of proper looking "chicken legs", that is gonna give it more strengh. The only problem... I have no idea how to do them...guess ill have to wing it!! thats the fun part isnt it?? Ill be looking at your builds for help!! thanks again.
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  March 28, 2015
This reminds me of a Mad Cat or Rakshasa from Battletech. You've got some great shaping going on here. I might suggest tightening up your color scheme a bit, it seems a bit too busy for me. As far as the feet, yeah, they might be a bit oversized, but it's not like I haven't received the same Criticism for some of my designs. Just making them 2 studs shorter front to back could make a major difference in overall proportioning of the mech. All in all, it's a great mech! P.S. If you think I plan anything out when I build, you'd be sadly mistaken....I tinker till I find a result I'm happy with.
 I like it 
  March 8, 2015
This one's really cool, Mech Warrior maybe? Anyways you might want to do something about it's feet, it seems a bit big. Overall great mech :D
 I like it 
  February 18, 2015
Cool! I like it.
 
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