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IMK-08A Deathstalker Cannon by Grebo-Guru IMK-08A Deathstalker Cannon by Grebo-Guru
This is another Mekton featured in "Mekton Mecha Manual Volume One," way back in 1994. It is copyright and everything R. Talsorian Games, no infingement, etc.
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Nemuszero Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2014
I did like the "city burner" but didn't  love  the pose. It's perfect for, let's say, a mecha in action scene with blurred tanks MS Era-like but wasn't the best choice for a spec-pic. 
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Grebo-Guru Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
I get your point. I guess I was trying for something different -- a little more dynamism. In retrospect, you're right. Not the best choice of pose. I should color this and put it in a background, do it justice.
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7NullSeven Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2013
I really like this design. It has the impression of mass without appearing to be so bulky that it gets in its own way, and the angular lines really say "walking tank" from the first time you look at it. And the magazine mounts were a nice touch, adding a bit of uniqueness to a machine that needed to fill the same role at the Guncannon or Dragonar 2 without obviously channeling them.

The pose also looks good, giving a sense of action and motion, but without compromising the solidity of the design. Thanks for sharing this with us.
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Grebo-Guru Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Damn dude, you really know your stuff. Nice to hear from a fellow who understands the subject matter and its greater field. How often do people mention the Dragonar-2? :-) This is actually a modification of a unit from the Mekton Techbook, but I really didn't like the original design much. A new pose, different details, and the artillery seemed to help at least somewhat.
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