I love the design, but I'm surprised at the "feet" choice for a jungle warfare setup. I spend a ton of the time in temperate woods, and it can get muddy and wet there...in the jungle I can only imagine it'd be much worse. With those feet, it would likely sink and get stuck or at the very least become horribly unbalanced. Maybe that's one reason you put a winch on it's back? ;D
Sorry, I don't mean to come across as rude...just an observation.
Overall I love this design and the amount of detail involved.
The real foot is quite pointy at the center actually, with enough grip to the grounds. The foot had a foot guard that can be flipped to adjust with various of soil conditions, but sometimes the problem is coming from the foot guard itself that occasionally can stuck to the trees root or else, nevertheless it's rarely used to move in rush but patience.
hmm jungle,.. there were plenty in my country and it's quite tropical. Thanks for your observation there Tyler, next time i'll build things that looks more believeable.
I wasn't worried about grip so much as sinking in mud. I actually think a smaller foot (as shown) is great for moving through brush and uneven ground, but as far as loose or wet ground I'd be a little worried unless it had feet with larger surface area. Even a cautious and slow trek through the wilderness will not always prevent one from sinking in mud, unless one can simply always avoid it somehow.
I didn't say it wasn't believable, just that it might be difficult to use in certain conditions. It's hard to comment on things like mechs, since they are fictional and untested. I have similar issues when drawing them -and there's always someone asking about practicality. I did not mean any offense by my remarks, so I hope you have not taken any.