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Industrial Fine Worker Mech by RobertLaszloKiss Industrial Fine Worker Mech by RobertLaszloKiss
Hmm

I kinda don't like this anymore spent way to much time on it. Still have major issues understanding coloring and depth and stuff like that, grrr.

Crits and comments are welcome.
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sparky-del-Ireland Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice Job, looks cool.
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RobertLaszloKiss Featured By Owner May 9, 2013  Student Artist
Thank you :)
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Drakeno Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Hey Bob, what's Ken doin'?
Dunno. Stop slackin' n' guide me.
(Inside Ken's cockpit) Shitshitshit Dropped my contacts in here somewhere.

Love the art. But.. it looks like it might flip bending too far forward. Are the three brown bricks on the rear bottom counterweights or is there a kind of stabilization system on the mech?
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RobertLaszloKiss Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2012  Student Artist
Hey man glad you like my mech :)

Yeah the brown brick looking things are counterweight. I made them look different(although now on second thought they might be a bit to different) because i wanted to show that they are removable and adjustable so you can even enlarge or scale down the size and weight of them.
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Drakeno Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Keep at it n' don't let things bring ye down. Good job.

Th' title is non-military, so different colour is fine. Mil would need same colour scheme throughout most o' it. Y'can make li'l markings on th' counterweights tha' look like 1000 lbs or 2000 lbs/1 ton.

But how did ye make them secured t' th' mech? I can't see anything from this angle.
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RobertLaszloKiss Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2012  Student Artist
I though of a sliding slot for easy removal, but i didn't think to much into it to be honest ^_^
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Drakeno Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
That's not entirely safe, but at least ye thought o' somethin'. Good job. =^.^= Add on at least two safety measures n' it's good. One could be havin' two holes in e'ery weight n' once they're all added on, screws holds them all in place. I'll let ye think o' th' other one.
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RoboticGolem Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
From a technical standpoint, I think either A: Your green ambient light has too much influence on your mech; or B: Too little influence on the rest of the scene (ie mech's shadow, glaring brightness at the source)

From a robot lovers standpoint. I think the mech looks amazing. It looks more like it was designed for a harsher environment (space/deep sea)
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RobertLaszloKiss Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2012  Student Artist
Thanks a lot. Yeah coloring and lighting is still something that i have to study a lot.

I'm glad you like the design, i was going for a mech that works on a newly colonized planet, but i kinda forgot about what i wanted with it in the beginning.
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WithintheMechanism Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2011
I like it. Good mech design. Realistic.
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