Peter Reid's Exo Suit is in its final days on Cuusoo with less than 200 support to 10k.
The deadline is far far away so this is more of an informative posting than a last minute request like the one for Space "Marines/Troopers."
Regardless, how about we give this thing the final push? It is a marvelous build with more greeble than I would think possible on a structure standing on two thin legs.
If you like exo-suits, hard-suits, mecha, power armor or what have you, here are the next thirteen "Mecha" themed projects coming down the line (in order of support).
It would be very interesting to see if Brickset readers could fill the weekly Leaderboard (Top 10) with Mecha come Sunday.
Update: The Exo Suit has reached "Achieved" status.
This makes the most supported "un-achieved" Mecha project the Valkyrie
What follows is the next twelve most supported Mecha projects on Cuusoo.
This project includes three suits all just a bit bigger than a minifig. The third is my personal favorite.
This is one of the first projects on Cuusoo with an identifier of 52. Its "bulk" is rather unique for the mechs on Cuusoo and I especially love the X pattern on the chest.
This is only a few weeks old and is already the 4th most supported mech on Cuusoo. Very poseable and clever use of parts.
Though not Mecha, Mmccooey has several other hero builds based on this build concept.
A rather accurate recreation of the Mecha Tank, if I do say so myself.
Another great offering from Czar, the crafter of the Rifter.
This mecha is scaled for the microfig line. If this build appeals to you make sure to check out CrashSanders other projects as they have a series of similar projects.
A mecha for Toa! This one is BIG!
Aneroth has a few other bionicle creations you might want to check out
"Greg" actually has several Comic related Mecha of a similar design. I can't help but think that given the scale of Batman's Cowl that this body almost looks more accurately sized than the fig.
From what I have been told, Warhammer never options out its license, and I doubt Lego will go with the game anyway. But this is a great build none the less.
Some very small mechs with Clever designs.
I am really impressed with how accurately Voltron is portrayed here. Of course there are more than a few custom parts.
I think these are absolutely brilliant. Very novel, high character, simple building principles with high effect, and a great use of figure legs.
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