Creative Robot

Sword of Uriel

SMG Hover added 6 months ago

This is my fifth and latest Cosmega. It is a hover which is ment for support. It has a LOML, Nanos and SMGs. Because of its lack of durability, it is hard to compete with other bots in battle, but it looks nice.

As you can see, it is very monochrome, because i thought it looks quite nice at it is, but now a doubt, that this lame color is fitting. I would like to keep it mainly light blue, but maybe you have suggestions for accent colors?

This bot will probably get reworked in terms of color, but as long as i play Robocraft, you'll find it in the Robofactory.

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Practical Rating
10.0
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Avestron
6 months ago
More visual brilliance. :c)

Light blue is a decent colour but perhaps limited use of deep blue would help to fill in areas of the chassis that might seem 'too black'.?

I wouldn't have made the suggestion if you hadn't asked about it - so maybe it looks perfect just the way it is.

(As always, always copy a bot before modifying it - in case you don't like the results)

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EricosSoek
6 months ago
I tried it, after your suggestion. It's ok, but not enough contrast to blue and black areas in my opinion. I will leave it as it is for now, as always, and think about it in half a year... ;)
Avestron
6 months ago
Trying it out is fair enough - and the point on contrast equally so. :cP

Opinions on what looks good shall vary and its important to stick with what feels right to you.

Ratings 10.0 creative0
Spacecam
6 months ago
Cool

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Zalera
6 months ago
Amazing one ^^

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Shafty420
6 months ago
Great use of hovers

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0

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