Creative Robot

Xysticus-Elegan

Rail Walker added 2 months ago

Movements

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Weapons

A list of the equipped / recommended weapon types for this robot. The main weapon used for the robot is highlighted in orange.

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Robot Statistics
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135
Comments
5
Ratings
6
Practical Rating
8.2
Creative Rating
7.4
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Function rating by christianYETI8.0
Creative rating by christianYETI8.5
Function rating by BoneBreakerGer8.5
Creative rating by BoneBreakerGer7.0
Function rating by andrefrcaetano8.0
Creative rating by andrefrcaetano7.5
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andrefrcaetano
2 months ago
Although in battle it might do well, i have some things to point out:
I dont like weapons mounted on rods (you could try to add some shapes with blocks around the rods).
The grey makes the bot too "boring", for a next version i think you should try to make some patterns with blocks or smooth some edges and use glass in some places.
The thrusters could be placed in a better shape (for example surrounded by blocks).
Also, if you dont have premium try to have the function parts in white, i think it looks better.
Well, i hope this helps =)

Ratings 8.0 practical and 7.5 creative0
BoneBreakerGer
2 months ago
Good weapon placement BUT

3th colour? Making the bot entirely grey with only red eyes and red butt?

Also add patterns (and don't be as lazy as manic who still has 2 cars in the crf with unstylish bottom)

And also describe your bot so we know what we are seeing .-. (i didn't conclude it in my rating)

Ratings 8.5 practical and 7.0 creative0
xisecga
2 months ago
Thx for rating!

Yes, I think that it is okay with 2 colours. More colours it is not always better. I tried with oranges, yellows and some greys; because this bot remembered me something like steampunk xD. But because of the insect legs, all rods... all those parts, with more colours it was like a blurry thing. With only this two important things of the bot in red (eyes and but) and the rest in grey I think that the bot becomes more defined.

About patterns, I don't know if I could find some space to include them xD. I completed the edge slopes used to triforce the robot with a circular pattern to give it a more "mechanical" aspect.

And about description... I used to include a little one, but I never include something important on them. I could have added something like: "A robot thought as functional that ended up being good-looking"; but you can see if a robot is functional, full artbot, or mixed, in the pictures. So this time I have left the description in blank, because I have seen that if you don't include one, it shows the robo data instead, directly, which I find more informative.

Sorry if my english is too bad o/
BoneBreakerGer
2 months ago
Welp, because you tried i raise to 7

What i would have wrote in the description:

Tried to make a functional bot first but then the bot gave me the idea that it could be a spider.
I tried adding a 3th colour allong with patterns but it ended up worse then before, so this is the only way it looks acceptable for me.


Ratings 8.5 practical and 7.0 creative0
christianYETI
2 months ago
few! this is big!!

Ratings 8.0 practical and 8.5 creative0

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