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-SG- -Aura- -PT-

Plasma Bomber added 2 months ago

Finally presenting you the last member of the Primal Trilogy; -Aura-.
Aura is basically a Reborn version of the -Astra-, which was originally planned to be posted.

I actually didn't tried to put wings and weapons on it, because I think he's mostly here to represent the aesthetical side of the Primal Trilogy and Sky Guardians.
ok I just don't have any rudders to put on it ._.
And also, would be a bad idea to bring it in a battlefield...
hey, why not ? :3

And sorry for lack of screens, but literally nothing "special" (like a rodforce, etc...) to show...^^'

See you on the battlefield !

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Mr_Bigglesworth
2 months ago
Robo looks ok.

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LePrimeMehster
2 months ago
The chassis certainly looks pretty but... why no parts? I really want to see what this design looks like, regardless of how well it performs or not, and there's no way I, or anybody else on RCG can really offer tips if we can't even see what the bot looks like when completed. I know you said you don't have rudders, but seeing as you seem to have a good deal of premium, why can't you just strip them off another design and temporarily put them on this one? Your design's usually turn out to look really great, and I like that you post base frame pictures so that we can tell what the core of the bot looks like, but that only works if we can see the completed design as well. It doesn't matter if it's even functional, if it looks great, people will like it anyway. I know I usually will, considering I've seen your previous frames. But if you are just going to post frames, well, there isn't much that I can do to help. I don't like giving low ratings, and really I shouldn't rate this at all, but I just want to see it completed!

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DiamondHerobrine
2 months ago
You're right.
I do have parts, but another problem is that I didn't got enough time to test it yesterday, and wanted to post it quickly... Facepalm
I also feel like putting rudder and weapons on it would "cut the design in two", as it clearly wasn't made to carry them...
I'll see what I can do though, that's true that you're right about that.
I'll make some tests and see what "fits it well", and so will edit/see what I'll do, I understand myself.

Thanks for your rating and useful point of view as always, let's try^^'

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