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Non- humanoid frames?

Postby attackowl » Sun Nov 05, 2017 11:12 am

Are there be frames that don't fall into the standard, bipedal humanoid design (Excluding Ijad frames)? I mean human-designed frames that took after animals, like dogs or lions? A good example of what I mean is Wolfenstein's Panzerhund. Sure, it's a robot and not piloted by a human, but still.
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Re: Non- humanoid frames?

Postby Artasid » Sun Nov 05, 2017 11:41 am

You might be interested in this thread. I've actually tried making dog based frames.

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Re: Non- humanoid frames?

Postby Atavism » Sun Nov 05, 2017 11:38 pm

Why not Zoid...s? Everyone likes Zoids!

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"Frame" is left as an intentionally vague term so you can go imagine what you'd like. Most of the canon models mimic their pilot's physical motions, and so they are ergonomically identical, but others are piloted in cockpits like traditional mechs. Do whatever.
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Re: Non- humanoid frames?

Postby EvilGod » Mon Nov 06, 2017 5:37 am

Someone posted a small dinosaur model once and I remixed it to this simple frame

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