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stationary frames

Postby milt69466 » Sat Dec 29, 2012 11:11 pm

I was wondering what I could do with this pile of stationary sitting on my desk. The CF(clip frames) are the result. All CF frames use rubber bands, post-it notes, and binder clips.
CF-07 Montar
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CF-07 Montar by milt69466, on Flickr
Highly changeable and sturdy, the Montar is the first in the line of CF frames. most likely going to be used as a main combat unit.
uses small binder clips x5 medium binder clips x1 rubber bands x 4
CF-07a Sentinal
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CF-07a Sentinal by milt69466, on Flickr
A variant of the CF-07, Sentinals are even more reliable than Montars. This is my personal favorite.
uses small binder clips x7 medium binder clips x1 rubber bands x 4 post-it notes x1
CF-02 Ferret
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CF-02 ferret by milt69466, on Flickr
The Ferret is a lightly armored recon frame. They are usually armed with light machine guns.
uses small binder clips x7 rubber bands x 2 post-it notes x1/2
CF-03 Scabard
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CF-03 Scabard by milt69466, on Flickr
An attempt at a "high legish" frame. They are taller than the CF-07 and I'm overall happy with them.
uses small binder clips x5 medium binder clips x1 rubber bands x 3 post-it notes x1
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Re: stationary frames

Postby Soren » Sat Dec 29, 2012 11:25 pm

You are the person this game was made for. Those are incredible.
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Re: stationary frames

Postby Mercutio » Sat Dec 29, 2012 11:33 pm

Absolutely awesome.
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Re: stationary frames

Postby Joshua A.C. Newman » Sun Dec 30, 2012 1:00 am

Flying buttparts!

What's the loadout?
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Re: stationary frames

Postby Xero010 » Sun Dec 30, 2012 1:34 am

Now you've gone too far. Calling the police to arrest you for multiple counts of being too hutching creative :lol: Seriously, this the most innovative use of ordinary supplies I've ever seen. This will make sitting at my desk in school A LOT more fun. :D
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Re: stationary frames

Postby Malcolm_Craig » Sun Dec 30, 2012 4:46 am

This is exactly the kind of creative approach that MFZ is all about. Seriously, this shouldn't be in off topic, it should be moved to the main frame design area. I'll tell you one thing: I may have a burning loathing for Kreo, Megablox, and all that faux-Lego nonsense*, but stuff like this is just great.

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Re: stationary frames

Postby pasukaru76 » Sun Dec 30, 2012 2:13 pm

Wow. Just wow.
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Re: stationary frames

Postby The Hydromancer » Sun Dec 30, 2012 3:01 pm

I wonder how much trouble I would get in at work...?
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Re: stationary frames

Postby Xero010 » Sun Dec 30, 2012 3:08 pm

The Hydromancer wrote:I wonder how much trouble I would get in at work...?

You'd get a raise ;)
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Re: stationary frames

Postby Thaddeus » Sun Dec 30, 2012 4:55 pm

Sweet!
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Re: stationary frames

Postby The Hydromancer » Sun Dec 30, 2012 5:19 pm

lol I wish. I told a friend i was in upgrade training to a new position that was alot harder, and she said 'well at least you get a raise right?' I laughed very heartily for about 10 secs before I started crying.
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Re: stationary frames

Postby milt69466 » Sun Dec 30, 2012 11:03 pm

Thank you everybody!
round two!
CF-12 Scrapper
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CF-12 scrapper by milt69466, on Flickr
this frame was considerably unstable and I scrapped it.
uses small binder clips x11 post it notes x1/2
CF-12 Scrapper Mk-2
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CF-12 Scrapper Mk-2 by milt69466, on Flickr
After demolishing the original, I realized why I didn't like it. I changed the parts I felt didn't look right and this is the result.
uses small binder clips x11 medium binder clips x1 post it notes x1/2
CF-14 Tree Frog
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CF-14 Tree Frog by milt69466, on Flickr
A fast mobile weapons platform, the tree frog is known to be hard to hit combat unit. a little on the hardside to make.
uses small binder clips x6 medium binder clips x1 post it notes x1 rubber bands x4 extra handle x1
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Re: stationary frames

Postby Dukayn » Sun Dec 30, 2012 11:56 pm

Stop it. You're making the rest of us look bad :P
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Re: stationary frames

Postby Deathzero » Mon Dec 31, 2012 12:49 pm

Lmao. Ah these are awesome. I'd have never thought of doing that with binder clips. Props to you friend, these are most creative.
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Re: stationary frames

Postby XGundam05 » Tue Jan 01, 2013 6:03 pm

These are quite awesome :D They remind me of the leviathan I found inside the office cabinet one day that someone bade out of binder clips and Scissors >.>
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Re: stationary frames

Postby milt69466 » Wed Jan 02, 2013 9:01 am

Three new companies and one new frame are coming this Saturday.
Be Prepared!
Sneak peak at the names
The Tall Waves
The Hornets
The Dragon's Fangs
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Re: stationary frames

Postby Soren » Wed Jan 02, 2013 10:50 am

My wife was looking over my shoulder earlier and she wanted to say, quote, 'these are amazing'.

Seriously, we can't wait.
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Re: stationary frames

Postby milt69466 » Sat Jan 05, 2013 12:36 am

I lied, I actually have 4 new companies and 2 new frames :D
Hornet Company
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Hornet company by milt69466, on Flickr
A group of freedom fighters, The hornets use old mining frames refitted with weapons. Well rounded, they make a reasonable fighting force.
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Sentinel d6B d6B d6Rd d6Rd d8Rd x1
Montar d6B d6Rd d6Rd d6Y d6G x3
Ferret d6Rd d6Rd d6G d6G d6Y x1
Tall Wave
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Tall Wave company by milt69466, on Flickr
Also using repurposed labor frames, the Tall Waves fight the Hornets for control of the system.
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Sentinel d6B d6B d6Rd d6Rd d8Rd x1
Montar artillary d6B d6Ra d6Ra d6Y d6Y x1
Scabard d6B d6Rd d6Rd d6G d6G x3
Dragon's Fang
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Dragon's Fang company by milt69466, on Flickr
A hightech mercinaty group, the Dragon's fang is an orginization that deploys CF frames with more advanced weaponry that make up for the cost.
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Beardeddragon d6B d6B d6Ra d6Ra d8Ra x1
Sentinel d6B d6B d6Rd d6Rd d8Rd x2
Treefrog d6B d6Rd d6Rd d8Rd d6G x2
Poncho
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Poncho company by milt69466, on Flickr
A company made out of my "'table scrap" binder clips.
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Ferret d6B d6G d6G d6Rd d6Rd x2
Tortoise d6B d6B d6Rd d6Rd d8Rd x1
Treefrog d6B d6Rd d6Rd d8Rd d6G x1
Sentinel d6B d6B d6Rd d6Rd d8Rd x1
Cf-09 Bearded Dragon
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CF-09 Bearded Dragon by milt69466, on Flickr
The newest and most advanced CF mobile frame, The Bearded Dragon! loaded with big guns and thick armor, this thing is 2x more binder clips than a Montar!
d6B d6B d6Ra d6Ra d8Ra
Uses small binder clips x10 rubberbands x6 post-it note x2
CF-08Tortoise
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CF-08 Tortoise by milt69466, on Flickr
originaly going to be a support frame, I quickely realized it was too large. Now it's a slow moving heavy gun platform. so no I'm not entering it in the contest
d6B d6B d6Rd d6Rd d8Rd
Uses small binder clips x8 rubberbands x4 post-it notes x1
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Re: stationary frames

Postby XGundam05 » Sat Jan 05, 2013 1:19 am

These are just too blindingly awesome :o I really like the Bearded Dragon :D
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Re: stationary frames

Postby milt69466 » Sun Jan 27, 2013 4:08 am

you knew it was coming
CF-kkp Kakapo (Suport Frame Contest Entry
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CF-kkp Kakapo (suport frame contest) by milt69466, on Flickr
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CF-kkp Kakapo (suport frame contest) by milt69466, on Flickr
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Kakapos by milt69466, on Flickr
Being all engines and not much else, the kakapo was originaly a race frame. Light weight and agile, the Kakapo is currently used as a ammo shipper or scout.
I personally love this frame. It's the first of my CF frames to feature an open cockpit and it took many tries to get it right
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