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sci fi science fiction armor Robot Suit Digital Illustration mech art Teruyuki and Yuka

__, Petr Morozoff on ArtStation at http://www.artstation.com/artwork/__-55d9cc7e-cc04-46af-b851-ffc3dfeb56f7

ArtStation - __, Petr Morozoff- This isn't from Deviant art it's Petr Morozoff who is a concept artist, but his stuff is pretty amazing so.

Si3's "Haven Trooper" cosplay from "Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots"

Haven Trooper from Metal Gear Solid Also makes for cool inspiration for a Cyberpunk heavy response team armour.

Post-apocalyptic suit – RELOAD PROPS | Props for FILM maker, TV shows & series

The look of this design shows that during this post apocalyptic time, people would be scavenging for parts in order to survive. The dark colours also represents the post apocalyptic time.

nano armor - Google Search

Blaster resistant armor but still susceptible to stun bolts and electro shocks

Robot

This Awesome Mech Used To Be Just A Normal, Everyday Truck. I'm a welder for a living with a degree is sculpture. In fact they only thing stopping me having a go at this is the wife would kill me

elementi apribili per temperatura

METAL-AKIRA on

her right arm (half-way up her forearm) is robotic after she survived a terrible car crash that killed her little brother and greatly injured her mom (Hilda)

S.H.I.E.L.D. Strike Team powered armor exo-frame,  a wearable mobile machine powered by a combination of technologies that allow for increased strength, movement, and endurance.

::Future soldier concepts:: Sci-fi Character Concepts created using Kitbashing/Photobashing techniques in order to achieve high quality work, and generate ideas in a short amount of time.

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I know how much you love mechs lol plazma heavy by on deviantART

Greebling and Kit-Bashing: The Easy Way to Make Intricate-Looking Steampunk Props « Steampunk R&D

Greebling and Kit-Bashing: The Easy Way to Make Intricate-Looking Steampunk Props

Greebling and Kit-Bashing: The Easy Way to Make Intricate-Looking Steampunk Props « Steampunk R&D :: WonderHowTo

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