Meet my Drone.
This is a drone standing guard in the English desert. Yes, English desert, it is the 22nd century and things are that bad.
Tech on the done is not all that advanced, as a lack of clean drinking water left production facilities with reduced or no people. A raised fear of manufacturing polluting what is left of drinking water had further impacts on factories that were fully automated.
Left to right, (Top Hat gunning fitting.) The top hat part is replaceable, the drone can be moved to other duties and fitted out accordingly. The gunning fitting, boast barrels from 200-year-old machine guns, short mags each holding 30 rounds. (The reason being down to reduced production, bullets also in short supply) Drones mostly carry out firing duties as they have an increased accuracy of 90 – 100%
Centre is the main drone body housing all the electronics and powerhouse. Sight is by way of 3 lens’s infrared, UV and green laser for targeting and measurement.
Right, again a changeable part, this drone currently holds long range radar, that links with other drones to give a large area picture.
The plan for this model is for it to painted in a distressed digital desert camo and add scratches to the lens cover to indicate its length of service. Rivets, lots of rivets. A sandy environment with a heat haze to be added to the animation.