Creative Robot

Tirantula

Rail Walker added 4 months ago

Wanted to make a spider someday ... with a skull-butt

-this bot was originally meant to be a bee but there was almost no space to put the rails, so i decided to remove it's head and replace it with the part where the humanoid body starts also removed the wings,etc.

-It took me 1 Year to realise that mhover in a skull would be a stupid idea. Now it has a hover behind it's back(shoulders?)
-7 rails ... as bee it had only 4
-hover can easily help as secondary movement when all legs are gone

The last picture i added shows a bot of the past which was half walker half mech.It helped a bit with designing this bot here(just to get an idea how ugly it would look if i still would go for the mega hover)

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Practical Rating
8.0
Creative Rating
9.0
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Function rating by DexExMachina8.0
Creative rating by DexExMachina9.0
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DexExMachina
4 months ago
Loved how you posed it like it's about to strike.

Ratings 8.0 practical and 9.0 creative0
BoneBreakerGer
4 months ago
Yeah the best thing is that i got the last screenshot exacly before FJ went maintence XD

Thanks for the rating :)

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