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ISU by vianreps ISU by vianreps
Multipurpose support robot, designed mostly for urban warfare. Moves in front of the infantry, detects and disarms IED's. Equipped with two heavy flamethrowers.

Can be modified to provide medical assistance on the battlefield.

Movement: A pair of thrusters is build into rotating cylinder (reactor inside) to hoover above ground, second pair of thrusters are located in the back.
Main manipulators are used to stabilize the movement. Can jump up to 5 meters, but not so often - short overcharge bursts.

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Update:
3D model that was made by Pierre Fouilloux - [link]
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:iconmagmaforge:
Magmaforge Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2014
It has a spine! Great design.
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DRS2406 Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2013  Professional General Artist
An awesome design,I especially like the shaping of that "face"-section with those little illuminting things aligned to it.Are those meant to be optical sensors? That guys quite huge for a bomb droid,does that tail section serve as another manipulator for the finer stuff?Otherwise Id think those secondaries would appear a little too big for handling little wires and stuff while disarming mines and stuff..
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winduparamarta Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2012
Biomechanical awesome dude..
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:iconscreenscan:
screenscan Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2011   Interface Designer
thats so stylish
i absolutly love this
(even though i dont get hover mechas ;) )
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NOMANSNODEAD Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011  Professional General Artist
nice! i like the concept
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whizafriz Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
nice concept. did you use 3d at all for this for blocking out?
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:iconvianreps:
vianreps Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2011  Professional Artist
No I didn't, just a line drawing first and then painting
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:icondru-zod:
Dru-Zod Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2011
Very nice.
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:icondrs2406:
DRS2406 Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2013  Professional General Artist
You have a awesome signature.
Had to be said.
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:icondru-zod:
Dru-Zod Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2013
Thank you. :D
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:iconchangingcactus:
changingcactus Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2011
sweet :)
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:iconwingnut55:
Wingnut55 Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2011
interesting and original work.
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:iconmollycarroll:
mollycarroll Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2011  Professional General Artist
I really like the gorilla-like hands!
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:iconjomet:
jomet Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Wow! This is really nice concept1 Are you going to model it in 3d? :wow:
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:iconvianreps:
vianreps Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2011  Professional Artist
I will stick with 2d for now, want to get a concept art job, but I might do a few 3D models from my designs in the future
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:iconjomet:
jomet Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Hmmm... i'll have to add you in my watchlist! :D :+devwatch: :D
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Shadowleaper Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
That's a beautiful design but I'm worried it has no centre of weight, maybe the tail is just REALLY strong, or those thrusters I see are functional :)
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:iconvianreps:
vianreps Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2011  Professional Artist
will add a few animation sketches to explain this thing:) Tail is just a handling tool, like this one [link]
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Volcannah Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2011  Professional General Artist
Beautifully rendered!

But I have some practical concerns....
how does this robot stand on the ground when the thrusters are not operating?
Does it have capabilities when the thrusters are not working (can it walk?)
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:iconvianreps:
vianreps Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2011  Professional Artist
yeah sorry, did not explain it properly - thrusters are permanently on. Hands are on the ground level, and they do assist the movement.
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mburleigh8 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
pretty cool.
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:iconcloister:
Cloister Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Nice design! Looks great.
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DracoHearte Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2011  Student Writer
Dude, this is is awesome! I wish I could do stuff like this but I'm inexperienced with most computer things. I kind of know how to use Rhinoceros but that's limited to somethings.

What program did you use to make this?
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:iconvianreps:
vianreps Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2011  Professional Artist
but if i were to make a 3d model of it or something similar - i would use 3D Max, it's perfect for hard surface modelling, also - free for students:)
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vianreps Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2011  Professional Artist
emm...photoshop:) It's just a painting
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:iconxander312:
Xander312 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ah. Very nice work here. :D
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:iconvianreps:
vianreps Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2011  Professional Artist
Thanks:) Though a little bit more patience would help...
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:iconxander312:
Xander312 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Really? Because it looks damn fine as it is. But then I think I sometimes say the same thing as well. :D
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:iconvianreps:
vianreps Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2011  Professional Artist
yeah, spent +/- 4 days working on it - so remember every problematic area :)
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:iconxander312:
Xander312 Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I have the same problem almost every time. :p After having worked on something for a week or so you can see every tiny little flaw or imperfection that most won't notice. If I look at it a few days later and, with some feedback to go with it, I generally find it growing on me. It's annoying, but I think that's just how it is. ^^
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:iconvianreps:
vianreps Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2011  Professional Artist
Yeah, part of the job;)
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