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CSN-012 Grey

SMG Walker added 2 years ago

This is one of the first shared CSN numbers (CSN stands for CowinSpace Numbers), and this is my go-to for heavy attacking using SMGs. It's reliable, and I think it looks cool with the gigantic cables sticking out of it's back. This was actually based on the Mega Man ZX Advent character, Grey (As you can see with the title). It's also fitting that the character is a robot, but anyways...
EDIT: New picture is the reference point of which I created the robot with. I will, however, eventually update this to have more influenced articles of design.
EDIT: This thing has been refitted. Pretty quick, right? I added a lot more references to the actual thing this time, and it functions just as well as the previous design. It has the same amount of guns (that might change) and the same amount of walker legs. The only thing that changed was the electroplating amount, which has now been increased to four.

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Practical Rating
7.7
Creative Rating
8.0
Last Updated
2 years ago
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Creative rating by krivirukiy7.0
Function rating by krivirukiy5.0
Creative rating by karbengo8.5
Function rating by karbengo7.5
Creative rating by flying4ssassin8.0
Function rating by flying4ssassin7.0
Creative rating by filipzkonopi36.0
Function rating by filipzkonopi37.5
Function rating by Eltanin8.0
Creative rating by Eltanin8.5
Function rating by JSU6.5
Creative rating by JSU7.0
Function rating by pmlg87457.0
Creative rating by pmlg87458.0
Creative rating by Manjuel9.0
Function rating by Manjuel8.5
Function rating by Nimriel8.5
Creative rating by Nimriel8.5
Function rating by HybridHusky10.0
Creative rating by HybridHusky10.0
Function rating by JDMasterKenobi8.0
Creative rating by JDMasterKenobi7.0
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JDMasterKenobi
2 years ago
Good job, keep it up!

Ratings 8.0 practical and 7.0 creative0
karbengo
2 years ago
Interesting colour and shape. Could you please provide a reference picture?

Ratings 8.5 creative and 7.5 practical0
Thecowinspace
2 years ago
sure. Let me just get it up real quick.
karbengo
2 years ago
Ok, now I see what you were going for. :)

Ratings 8.5 creative and 7.5 practical0
M JSU
2 years ago
I don't get how they are linked besides the colours being the same. T.T

Ratings 6.5 practical and 7.0 creative0
karbengo
2 years ago
Well, it's more a case of borrowing a setpiece, in this case the dangling tendrils in the back of the robot, than replicating the whole model. Like if you painted your Peugeot orange with a Dixie flag. Doesn't make it the General Lee, but you can see where it's inspiration comes from.

Ratings 8.5 creative and 7.5 practical0

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