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Ughul early type by genocidalpenguin Ughul early type by genocidalpenguin
the next step in mecha evolution following the Ganadhje. on this model the fabric joint covers has been replaced with flexible armour.

(what? you donít belive in evolution you say? er... letís just say that Bog & Jebus created this one last then :roll: )
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surthur Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
very neat concept =) it feels like a mix between evangelion and rahxephonstyle with some new personal flavor . neeeat.
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Arlioz Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2009
NOICE!
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Ryuuhiken Featured By Owner May 3, 2009  Student Filmographer
Interesting designs as always ^^.
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Norsehound Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2006
Gonna post in here again; does this girl have any solid history behind it?

I could go nuts on the backstory too, heh.
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M4V3R1CK Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2006
nice design!
flexible armour is already on the works, I don't have the link of the research, but it was like "cloth" for those places where rigid armor is not very useful, like hips, shoulders, and other joints, and becomes rigid like armour upon impact.
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M4V3R1CK Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2006
found the link
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2006
very interesting. thanks for the link! :)
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bad-azz Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2006
the skin needs more detail , i guess
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2006
yeah, I agree. it’s just a quick flat colouring.
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Norsehound Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2006
If you don't mind GP, could I see her lineart?

I'm not a spectacular color artists like your other collaborators, but after the lineup you posted I would like to see it to tinker with it.
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Dadward Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2006  Professional Filmographer
Badass design.

I like how you have different models for the same design. Very cool.
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philby Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Cool as always :)
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RyujinDX Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
Made of Win & Bog, as usual.
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2006
thanks!
hehe. I see what you did there... :D
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MeganeRid Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
another sexy beast <3
I wonder where you found all this interesting names :P
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CGVickers Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
Very impressive design. I'm in love with the looks on this one. So unique!
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dlredscorpion Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006  Professional Artist
ah sweet, flexible and also heavy armor plus with the ability of evolution, now that what i really limitless capability.
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Obsolution Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
flexible armour? now that's a damn clever idea :)
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VulnePro Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006  Professional Filmographer
As said in my e-mail, this sucker rocks. Very badass and I concur on the flexible armor with everyone else, very cool ;)
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
thanks :) I bet you could make it look pretty kick ass with your colouring skills. note that since parts of the armour are flexible, I figured they have to stick with factory cast colouring.
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VulnePro Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006  Professional Filmographer
I'll have fun with this one, no doubt ;) Also thanks for the info on the flexible armor, I actually was thinking in a similar vein, that it would probably be a single color tone of some kind and you pretty much clarified it for me :)
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
must be that Vulnetelepathy™ in the works again :D
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VulnePro Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006  Professional Filmographer
Guess so LOL It somehow makes sense to do it that way though so I'm not at all surprised that is what you had in mind ;)
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
I guess future models would be encased in a single piece of flex armour. with openings for hardpoints, the cockpit hatch and sensors. Maybe I’ll do one of those, just for fun :)
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VulnePro Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006  Professional Filmographer
That would be pretty wild as what you'll end up with is something probably more smoothly organic in appearance with various equipment, and "hardware" protruding from points on the surface layer. Also something of a hatch or implied hatch and the sensors as you pointed out. It would look pretty weird and with your imagination aesthetically interesting I wager :)
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wunderbear Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I know it's some sort of futuristic flexible armourific material, but...

That just gives me the mental image of a mech in a gimp suit. Weird.
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Norsehound Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
You never fail to impress, GP. You also never fail to inspire....

*thinks of the possibility of making a mini out of this...*

Yeah, toying with the idea of using greenstuff to make custom mech miniatures and a game. But...*shrugs*
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Norsehound Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
*shrugs* I would ask of course, but honestly I was thinking about engineering my own designs for this.

Since there isn't a hobbystore for miles, It's something I'm not seriously pressing for yet. Financial needs are also something to consider...

Having said all that, I forgot to mention that this is my favorite of all your designs so far. Looking forward to seeing her armed up.
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
I’m in the same situation, nowhere to get supplies other than the web.
I’m glad you dig it :D you’re the second person referring to these mecha as "her", I kinda like that :)
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Norsehound Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2006
Do you like to hear about all your mecha in the female tense? (hard though, with some of the designs in your gallery + scraps :) )

And as this is the early type, how different will we see the later versions?

If it isn't too much trouble, I'd like to see the lineart for this beauty. I'm not a fantastic color artist like your collaborators, but I'd still like to color and mark her up.
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2006
nah, just these ones :D seems to fit somehow.

itís just called an early type in a historical sense (like the german Tiger tank) this is as hitech as it gets in the story.

sure, Iíll shoot over a copy, but the markings arenít in roman letters or numerals, so youíll have to hold that of for a while til theyíre done :)
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Norsehound Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2006
Beleive me GP, I can get creative when it comes to markings :D

It's just a question of how 'out there' they should be.

Unless you have a certain plan for them in your fiction. I like background building, but I don't want to step on anything you've established.
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2006
go nuts I’d say. it doesn’t have to fit in. just have fun :D
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
first: remember that you need my permission, as this is copyrighted material.
second: greenstuff is seriously overrated (and overpriced). I recommend some other epoxy putty, like magic sculpt or milliput.
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wunderbear Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I agree with tutorial.

Very cool otherwise. THUMBS UP!
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godlikeangel Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
dude ur mechs are amazing
u should make a tutorial
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
thank you :)
a mecha drawing tutorial? how the crap do you do that? :)
someone said to me once "just because you’re an artist, does’nt mean you can teach others art" I think he was on to something... :D
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godlikeangel Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
that is a good saying
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Daemoria Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
I think that person deserves a cookie, for saying something like that.

...oh, you still want to draw for Angels Falls First? :3
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
I do! I’ve just been busy with other projects, and my tablet being reduced to a paperweight doesn’t help either :(
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Daemoria Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, whenever you find the time, stop by with some random concepts, and the team will love you forever.
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
I definately will :)
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PrimalAce Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
Gah, I dont think there can ever be a tutorial that can quite capture his stupidly good deigning skills, and put them into simple step by steps, though we all can hope! Nice work as per usual. I don't think I've seen any of your mechs with flexible armour plates like that before, looks ace, I'm glad you nailed it first time (if it was!)
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godlikeangel Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
lol
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DrkRtst Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
wow - thats really cool, like how the body is shaped...evolution? yeah right "thats just Satan trying to confuse us...like when he scattered dinosaur bones everywhere..." ;) great pic
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
thanx :)
hehe, tricky bastard, that Satan fella :D
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battousai58 Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2006
nice
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