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Mecha commission for James Kato of JEN Games:

Deviantart:
[link]

Homepage:
[link]

Original sketch and name copyright JEN Games.
Final design and artwork by me.

It was a pleasure working with them. Enjoy!
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Space type
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Series of mecha commissions for [link]

Images not to scale.

Deviant made the picture a little fuzzy/resized. Click the "download" button for best quality!
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Magnetically-levitating sport combat frame. Sub-arms on hips wield hand-held guns or function as grapples/deflectors in close-quarters.

Multipurpose pods house sensory equipment, power supply, generators, and/or additional weapons.
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Commission for the "SUN MAXIM" visual novel game.

Visit the project blog:

[link]

Character designs by: :iconsimongannon:

The colony maintenance mech features a series of arm attachments: The front arms can be equipped with a grabber claw or a welding tip. The back arms can be equipped with a glue gun or a drill/screwdriver. Both arms rotate 360 degrees around the shoulder joint.

The machine is designed to operate in a zero-g environment and is a worker-type robot.


Sun Maxim mecha lineup:

Maintenance Mech: [link]
Earth Military Mech: [link]
Earth Mining Mech: [link]
Mars Military Mech: [link]
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Inspired by Super Mario RPG, Star Ocean: The Second Story, and many more of my fondest memories playing role-playing games as a kid. These are the kinds of characters I would design if I was making a mecha-themed fantasy RPG. My goals were to be funny, draw inventive designs with a lot of personality, and be a bit bolder and more unusual with color usage. Thanks goes to Paul Segal for suggesting the "Gems of Castelaria" name.

This new series of submissions has a few new characters added to the roster, as well as reworkings of previous designs. (Yes, I know there wouldn't be staples visible in ALL of these spreads, but I like the staples.)

Which ones are your favorite?

Heroes: [link]

Enemies and Others: [link]
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Old and busted version: [link]

New hotness.

Sleeker and more agile-looking as I had originally intended it to be, with some additional detailing.
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Greta was always the codename for this robot. Other alternate titles are "Joan of Arc" and "SisterMaryRobot" :D

Inspired by the Persona series and weirdness in general.
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I've had this sitting in sketch form since June 2008 and finally got around to painting it up. Tried a few new things. Still trying to get back to the level of [link] and [link] and [link] after a long hiatus.

Normal red and blue are always tough colors for me, I dunno why.

Anyways, some stuff totally doesn't make sense, but I really like the concept itself.
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Blue robot. Painting is a little rougher around the edges.
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