This is one of my favorite drawings you have. Even though it's an old one, just the concept is fantastic. Years ago, I thought of doing a steamtech motorcyle with four legs, but I never could get the concept down. I was inspired after seeing the spider mech from Wild Wild West when it came out in theatres. It looks like you hit the nail on the head with this one, with obvious improved tech.
By your permission, could I put up the drawing I was thinking about. I'll link up this drawing as my inspiration. If not, I'll completely understand and respect your decision.
The midsection between all the legs needs to be reinforced to prevent buckling from rapid acceleration and slowdown, and the pilot seat needs to be raised in the center a little bit to prevent bending the pilots back too much. also, there's no windshield--wait a sec, that's an engineering critique, not an artistice one. um....
The coloring is excellant, as well as the detail and form, as usual.
I really like this one. It's very creative. You don't see many quad-mechs. The basic balance and construction seem well thought out and stable, and the control interface seems very intuitive. it should allow for great control and syncnosis. although i am worried about putting too much stress on the pilots neck and lower back.
Dang it! There I go again.
>.> scary this is almost exactly what i was going to say that and i like the holographic display ^-^ that actuality displays something
but the little blue tube thing with the green area i don't get it but then again i can think of a few possibilities and my only other question would be ... exactly where is the power source