Again with the specialists. Because of the stance that is required for full effect of the rotary blaster, armor plating is used on the left side only, protecting the gunner from all but artillery and hull-breaching projectiles/beams. This one is bristling with gear, carrying an extra blaster rifle and equipped with close-combat guantlets. No jetpack here, either, this guy is a ground-pounder for sure.
wow awesome sketch and concept !
This is incredible. Great technical sketch-- very detailed!
Can you add a background and some color to this please.
That is really sweet.
Very nice . . . Miniguns are always a good thing.
if a mandalorian calls it big, its friggin big
Awesome. Great details on everything. Escpecially the helmet.
nice work, cool stance, nice use of armor, and kick ass fire power, and really, how could a heavy gunner even use a jet pack? especially with that ordnance.
you're drawings are amazing
I really like the sketch look on this, plus a very cool Mando! Very inventive use of armor, and I agree with the no-jetpack explanation as well...it would complicate things.
I'd take this guy over the Clone Commander from Battlefront II without even blinking. I will say that it does make sense for this guy to be ground only. It's probably very akward to fly and try to fire a rotary blaster at the same time.
Exactly. I imagine someone like the rocketeer troop to drop him off, since their jetpacks are beefier than the standards. Thanks for all of your comments!
Yep, retractable. I need one of those disclaimers "vibrating dagger xtended for illustrative purposes only. Dagger should only be used when tearing through materials OTHER than user."
Woah, I didn't even notice the armor-only-on-the-left thingy... makes sense, and is damn cool! The closecombat-gauntlets are cool, but you can retract the vibroblades, or can't you? 'cause if you can't, I'd be rather annoying and you could hurt yourself ^^