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Unmanned spider assault walker by Panzer-13 Unmanned spider assault walker by Panzer-13
Unmanned spider assault walker... 'nuf said'.
The enemy had no idea what hit them...
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TwistieCrafter Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2010
I'm curious about the legs. This spider appears to share similarities with the other walker, but it's clearer to make out. The green twisties appear to be the main body for the spiders legs, while the gold are obviously just armor. Though I don't get why you made the green twisties have all those tiny folds sticking out. It doesn't seem like it serves any functional purpose, just more for looks. Like you were going for spider hairs on a robot spider... What was the purpose of them?

I like the abdomen. Looks like the source of it's power with a blue power cell inside it.
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Panzer-13 Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2010
They are called heat sink vanes. Similar concept to computer coolers. I imagine all the work to overcome all the torque by the mechanism generates heat... so I put them there.
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TwistieCrafter Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2010
Wow, that's pretty awesome that you worked in that kind of detail for a concept. I would totally peg you for an engineer with that sort of thought process.
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Panzer-13 Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2010
Spot on, good chap.
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TwistieCrafter Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2010
Great minds think alike I guess. ;)
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Panzer-13 Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2010
No...engineers.
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NIKON CORPORATION
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