Brandon Perlow (nurbs@pacbell.net)
Sun, 01 Oct 2000 19:57:14 +0100


1) Aura Battler Sirbine(not dunbine) from Aura Fhantasm
2) Escaflowne - movie version.. Its creepy, but cool....
3) Madox 01(that suit looks like it could be built....

4 honorable mention any Gasaraki armor...

Echo|Fox wrote:

> Things have been a little slow lately, so time for another GML interaction
> test =)
> So ... name your 3 favorite mechanical designs (i.e. be they giant robots,
> all the way down to powered suits) from series/movies other than Gundam.
> Let's keep it restricted to anime for now, so no video game designs. To make
> it more challenging and encourage more debate, you also should state why ;p
> My turn:
> 1. Macross Valkyries - I'm a big fan of Kawamori, not so much as Katoki, but
> I really like his work. Everything from the VF-1 series in Macross, up
> through the YF-19 and YF-21 have a grace in design not normally seen in
> mechanics. If I had to choose one, I'd have to go with the original Strike
> Valkyrie ... such a classic design still holds up today.
> 2. The Guymelef Escaflowne - Hey, I'm a sucker for giant robots with capes
> and swords. The whole ornate suit of armor style works really well, and its
> quite stunning in motion.
> 3. Gekiganger! - For pure whimsy, nothing beats Gekiganger. As I've said
> before, I missed the 70's giant robot craze, so have no great appreciation
> for the era's design. However, Gekiganger's tounge in cheek take on the
> style sits well with me. Gekiga-PUNCH!
>
> Honorable Mentions: The Ingram's from Patlabor and the LED Mirage from Five
> Star Stories
>
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