Once again, I've finally stopped procrastinating for long enough to make an Armory post. There seems to be a cycle here...
Anyways, on to my latest tiny machine of destruction.
This is the AIM, or Anti-Infantry Mecha. Designed by EHEM, formerly PTUF-LUK as an alternative to Jaguar armored cars. It can go over rougher terrain, and has just as much firepower.
Close up on the gun pod. Small targeting sensors are mounted on top of the casing. The longer gun is the equivalent of a small tank's main cannon, and can be used to dispatch competitors with ease. The smaller gun is used to mow down infantry.
The toes are splayed to provide better balance. The rear toes are to keep the mech from falling over because of the recoil from the main guns.
If the windscreen becomes too hard to see through, the pilot can lift it up to get a better view of the battlefield. He can also do this if he desires to taunt his enemies, or let the gaseous byproducts of the burrito he had last night escape the chamber.
The mech actually holds a complete minifigure, unlike most hardsuits, while being only slightly larger in size.
Note- The armor on the sides of the windscreen have been raised slightly to cover up the gap since I took the pictures.