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AV-SXE Epsilon by TurinuZ AV-SXE Epsilon by TurinuZ
Figured I might as well start doing this now, yay.

This is the AV-SXE Epsilon. It is just one of many mobile suits developed by a massive technological conglomerate known as Arcwalde Technologies in an original Gundam universe I've written. Originally designed as the perfect suitor to a powerful ultracompact "Gravitic Drive Core" reactor, it boasts high-performance in all areas from mobility to acceleration; even its weapons are of a high caliber with great destructive capabilities. Don't let its bulky look fool you, as it's much faster than it looks.

If you want to know anything about my designs, whether its their technological terms or otherwise, feel free to ask and I'll fill you in as best as possible. If you want any stats for any of my frankens, those can also be provided through messaging.

This is a Franken designed by me and thus not an original, from-scratch creation, though it includes some original tweaks to the design. Arts used belong to their original creators and not me.
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exiledawn Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2014
I sense the infamous Bellzelute design from this mech, but it was utilized with ease, a design that need a little bit more work behind and if your willing, create armaments for the mech.
Massus334 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2013
what are the weapons though? How can it achieve atmospheric flight? Backpack? I wanna Fight one of these in my Striker Zulu Custom frame.
Agacross Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2013
i pilot that :)
kalad1 Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2009
looks very SRW-y
xXLockeXx Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Kudos to the original head design, quite the upbeat-looking medium weight design. Thing looks like it's pack with armour, but I'm willing to bet if you put UC stats to it, it would handle like a dream too.
zemzelett Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2008
100% awesome. You can see some heavy design influences from Hajime Katoki, along with a hint of Gundam 00. Three thumbs up! :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
phildog Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's missing the traditional samuri-like helm. Instead, it looks more like the one used in SRW.

I like the overall design though.
TurinuZ Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Aye. I generally don't use the traditional v-fin for my designs, though some will have them.

I will say though, a lot of SRW parts were used; primarily in the arms, shoulders, and below the knees.
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