A descendant of the GM series of mobile suits launched by the Earth Federation Forces during the One Year War, the RGM-89 Jegan is lighter and more maneuverable than any previous GM-series model. Although not as fast or well-armed as the previous RGM-86R GM III, the Jegan is an all-around well-performing unit nonetheless. The Jegan mounts a fairly standard variety of weapons, armed with a beam rifle, a beam saber, shield-mounted missile launchers, three hand grenades and an optional head vulcan gun pod. Though initially built by Anaheim Electronics exclusively for the Londo Bell task force prior to the outbreak of the Second Neo Zeon War in UC 0093, the Jegan (and many of its variants) soon become a Federation Forces standard, operating as its primary frontline unit for at least the next thirty years.
Sketched out this one in bed last night, it's my favorite mobile suit from Gundam Wing, the Tallgeese. I didn't realize that i forgot the shield and the cannon until just now but i'm a bit on the lazy side so i'll fix it later hope you like it!
So I Watched Gundam Unicorn the other day (it really is a must see, especially if you're a UC fan) and i've had the urge to draw a Zaku ever since lol, so I Googled Zaku and found a model of a MS-05 Zaku1 equipped with a gatling gun, I put my own spin on it and this is what I ended up with
slightly modified Heavygun I like the new era in UC you can see the advancement of mobile suit, miniaturizing and employing new technologies. The idea is cool in my opinion, it makes them lighter and faster just like in mobile suit gundam victory anime.
This is the MSM-07E Z'Gok-E. Its an Experimental variant of the Z'Gok and was shown in the first episode of Mobile Suit Gundam 0080:War in The Pocket. It's also one of my favorite my favorite amphibious mobile suits. The picture came out a bit blurry due to my "el-cheapo" scanner but i'm happy with it
After the successful field tests of the RGM-122C it was decided by the Earth Federation to upgrade the remainder of it's failing RGM-119 Jamesgun units into cannon types. Using a series of borrowed thrusters and verniers from the RGM-122 line the Jamesgun was given an additional eight rocket thrusters to replace the loss of power sustained from the replacing of the three original main rockets with three less powerful 21,000 kg thrusters. In addition to the new rocket thrusters the James gun was given addition sensors mounted on either side of the head to compensate for the obscured view thanks to the new shoulder mounted guns, and to give additional accuracy at long range.
During the testing phase for the RGM-119C the two test units came under fire from a BESPA unit patrolling the area around Side 2. The result was the lose of the first RGM-119C Test Unit 1, however, it did well to highlight the added potential of the new modifications of the Jamesgun series. Despite this fact, with The Test Unit 2 also heavily damaged the production line was canceled in favor of newer designs being placed into development. The remaining RGM-119C units were never rolled out, and were subsequently scrapped for parts.