its power armor/mecha, its about 15 feet tall so its just a mecha but there is a human pilot in the body.
Its got a long way to go before its finished, I'm interested to hear weapon Ideas, and stuff like that thanks.
Well Here Is My Ideas:
-Laser Gatlin Cannon
-6 " missile launcher
-Cyber Plasma Laser
-In neck area
-Eos Phase Shift
Hope that this will help you!
You might wanna rethink the colors too, And it needs more decals,
also it needs a thicker torso to fit a cockpit with controls, a screen for an HUD.
on the back you should put more armor plate to cover the engine so it will help to keep it unharm from light weapon.
For the weapon idea, I have no idea what you really have to put in but it's heavy armor so it should be the weapon the can blast out the tank or a squad in one shot and should have only one side R or L, maybe plasma blaster? heavy machine gun?
Electric blaster? missile launcher?
or if you use light armor plate with booster on the back so it's gonna be high movement speed unit so I suggest close combat on one hand with a shield, maybe light metal plate or plasma shield...or maybe close combat and one hand gun for small fire power effective with infantry unit.
that's all I can think about right now, love to see when it's finished.
Hope my idea have you some
For the weapons...I don't know, give it machine guns welded on both arms. No, better yet, on one arm give it a giant assault rifle/grenade launcher, on the other give it a chain gun, and on the shoulders give it some kind of laser weapon. Maximum firepower for human armory
Some form of side arm in a leg holster would also look quite cool
I'll admit though, a 15 foot tall machine wont be able to hang on the side of a building very well.
Vague? maybe. But ideas tend to be.
and OF COURSE Miniguns on the hands
Riot/Crowd Control: Grenade Launcher and Barrier/Tower Shield
Anti-Mech: Long Barreled Sniper Rifle
City Combat: Bullpup/Carbine & Flame Thrower
All with Smoke dispensers
Good design btw.
A combat shield and machine gun might look good.
Keep up the fantastic work!