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MG RX2 06 by ARMAMENTFACTORY MG RX2 06 by ARMAMENTFACTORY
MG-RX2 Pattern

scratchbuilt with PVC & Styrene

commissioned unit

NOTES:
-Now up to 22 points of articulation!
-36 parts & counting
-Movable jaw w/ cockpit detail
-Wing support structure
-Radome w/ movable fins
-Laser assembly
-Neck detail
-Redesigned hip segments
-Moveable lower legs w/ hydraulic ram detail
-Toe spike mounts temporarily removed
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:iconwannbe17:
Wannbe17 Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2012
Now i learned why you can carve with such efficiency! I never thought styro-foam boards can be THAT useful in scratchbuilding! Any tips sir?
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:iconarmamentfactory:
ARMAMENTFACTORY Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2012  Professional General Artist
make sure to plan everything carefully before you start building, it saves time, materials & the occasional headache. also, keep your blades sharp, & be patient with your projects. :)
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:iconjapanass:
japanass Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2012
you have my address so you know where to send it? ;-)

impresive and great work!
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:iconarmamentfactory:
ARMAMENTFACTORY Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2012  Professional General Artist
well, this one already has an owner though. =p

thanks :D this new pattern is already much more advanced than the MG-RX1 design, although significantly smaller (and cheaper). :)
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