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XM-0 PRAXIS by TravisHarris XM-0 PRAXIS by TravisHarris
Final design for the XM-0 PRAXIS stealth armor.

Textures from ~SuperStar-Stock and Photographer Goodies.

Smoke Brushes designed by photoshoptutorials; obtained from

PRAXIS and RISE are Baboon Platoon Studios
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devonw Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2017
Awesome Suit, I Love It.
ronmarz1 Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2015
Awesome workClap .
I have one question: Her armor what kind of abilities provides her.
TravisHarris Featured By Owner Edited Nov 24, 2015  Professional Filmographer
Hi there!  This project has been shelved for a while now, but I still love writing about this stuff.

The XM-0 PRAXIS is the first prototype of the mass-produced M-0 AXIS (Advanced Xenotechnic Infiltration Suit), and therefore lacks the safety inhibitors that keep AXIS users from killing themselves or causing cosmic levels of destruction.  The PRAXIS houses a quantum engine that absorbs, focuses, and emits zero-point energy, the hidden background energy of the universe.  Because of this, the suit's power is theoretically infinite, limited only by its user's ability to survive its various effects.

With restrained use, the PRAXIS affords its user localized control over various physical phenomena, including light, heat, magnetism, gravity, plasma, and dark matter.  Manipulating these forces is often used to augment the user's physical strength, durability, and agility.  Examples:

- Gravity could be temporarily altered and strengthened to allow the user to achieve rapid lateral movement.
- Magnetic fields could be created to disarm enemy combatants or destroy their weaponry
- Light could be bent to create distortions or render the user practically invisible
- Heat could be applied to create powerfully focused microbursts, significantly increasing the force of a punch

When used without restraint, however, the PRAXIS is theoretically capable of infinite destruction.  It can engineer supermassive black holes, condense matter into a neutron star, emit gamma ray bursts, or project coronal waves that utterly obliterate anything in their path, just to name a few examples.  Constant physical and mental focus is required to keep the suit's engine from unleashing total, unmitigated chaos.

The suit is constructed of a graphene nanomesh body glove, protected by hardened graphene weave plates which are coated in a kinetically activated resin.  The PRAXIS is therefore very lightweight and flexible, yet highly resistant to impact.  The suit's entire surface area also doubles as a sensory and data transfer mesh, utilizing optical nanofibers to gather information and deliver it to the user via a neural interface; this gives the user an extreme level of situational awareness.  The user is enveloped in a passive inertial dampening field that provides a buffer from extreme forces.  The suit is hermetically sealed and is constantly performing various molecular syntheses to provide a sustained internal environment, making it ideal for traversing land, sea, air, and space.
ronmarz1 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2015
The XM-0 PRAXIS battlesuit is totally magnificent Nod, it is far better and more advanced from the nanosuit of Crysis-game series, I think this XM-0 PRAXIS battlesuit
is equal with the GUYVER-suit:) (Smile).
Again my friend, thank you for the info and for your time, have a pleasant dayHandshake .
Fe-li Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2014
AngelicAdonis Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Nice! That is wicked! :D
TravisHarris Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013  Professional Filmographer
Thanks, glad you like it!
AngelicAdonis Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're most welcome!:D
TamMebonia Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013
Featured here: [link] :rose:
TravisHarris Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013  Professional Filmographer
Wow, thank you! :worship:
TamMebonia Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2013
Clay-mazing Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2013
Dude, you rock.
Your work has never ceased to amaze me and I doubt it ever will.
You have got mad skills, bro!
TravisHarris Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2013  Professional Filmographer
Thanks! Great to hear from you! How are your travels going?
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