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Bulltech Industries Standard Heavy Frame by TurinuZ Bulltech Industries Standard Heavy Frame by TurinuZ
Another month, another Battle Frame! Though they don't exactly come out on a monthly basis...

This time I finally bring to the table the Standard Heavy Frame. This means all three standard sets have been made for the Light, Medium and Heavy weight classes! Finally!

Actually started this a few weeks ago, but didn't get back to finishing it until the past few days. The combination of a Hammer and a Shield w/ Gatling Gun seems to work well for this guy.
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eyetypher Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
dat hammer! :XD:
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4ShadowclawIV Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2012
Gosh I love Industries,
I'd buy a frame and if I use my most favorited one,
I become more curious about the other frames from other companies,
V,..,e
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jailgurdnegative Featured By Owner May 26, 2012  Hobbyist
I love the colors you use. i really dig blue brown color combination.
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ShadowRavenous Featured By Owner May 23, 2012
code geass gouf? :)
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Lorddeathheart Featured By Owner May 21, 2012
Your mechs or mechas depending on who you're talking to are grounded in the real world. I mean they could work in the real world. Unlike some that are seamless and massive... Well bigger then yours wouldn't work because of the ball joints used and other things. Yours work from a mechanics stand point almost perfectly. I would say mobility would be a small issue with the shoulders and knees since they wouldn't be able to make very sharp movements unless they have a triple knee with a bending front and back and side to side but that would make it unstable. Also I wonder what is the power supply? Where would ammo be stored for the mini gun? Also what is the load capacity ? If it is over burdened will the joints seize up? Or will its movement become slower and more degrading of the mechanical parts?
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