The Titan III hardsuit is the result of the "Advanced Infantry Program".
About this creation
The Titan III hardsuit is the culmination of of my armor experiments. There were several things that I wanted it to be able to do. First, it had to fit a full person, not just a head. Second, I wanted it's joints had to have a good range of motion. Third, it had to be reasonably small.
Front: well as I'm sure you can tell there is defiantly a whole person in there. In fact without a man in it to hold it together it's just a pile of parts.
Side: Lots of triangular armor plating. By the way what do you think of the sabers on the feet? I wasn't sure how they would work out but it was too plane without them.
Back: I thought of giving it a jet pack but decided that would be overkill, plus it is already a little back-heavy.
Motion: While hardsuits tend to be stiff I think the Titan III has quite good range of motion. At least it can kick.
Weapons: Because of the strength enhancements of the hardsuit it is able to wield much larger weapons than the average infantry soldier.
Size: While it is bigger than a the average person (heck it's bigger than any person) it's not as big as most hardsuits. It could defiantly fit in most transports.
Pilot: This is the battle scarred soldier who earned a place in the "Advanced Infantry Program".
Please rate this creation and I hope you enjoyed it.
Quoting John Terra
Quick question, with credit can you tell me how the chest works with the wheel on his chest not the arms but the chest?
the wheel is attached to a clip piece witch is clipped onto the cross section of the rubber X piece that wraps around the soldier. I hope that helps its really hard to describe.
I just realized that I have a picture of it its the last picture in this post http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/234803
this moc uses the same frame.
Looks steampunky! Could you please post a picture of the BFG the suit is holding?
I like it
June 7, 2009
This is the best hardsuit i have EVER seen!!!!!
The first reason is because it holds a person. The second reason is because it is compact. Normally the small hardsuits don't hold people and the WAY over-sized hardsuits do!
Thank you for all your feedback. You may have noticed that I have revised this post several times due to my spelling, sorry if that makes this post harder to find. Again thank you for your comments and ratings.
Oops, sorry to those that used the name "Titan III" before me. I randomly made the name up and used it, only after I posted did I realize that there were already two "Titan III"s. Sorry about that I did not mean to copy anyone.