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    15 mins when meant to be studying for exams.

    =P

    I like my wee dude getting skewered lol.

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    I would like to hike to the North Pole. I have a shoe and a ham sandwich. What do I do next?


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    DSG 1480: Anticipatory • CREATE SOME NEW ROBOTIC HORROR THAT MIGHT COME FROM SKYNET

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    I really like this topic, made me a lot more interested in practicing rendering metal surfaces! And it inspired a lot of daydreaming. Killed boredom at work.

    The baby mech rocks and I get shivers imagining how the robo cannines would look like in the movie!

    I'm pretty sure Christian Bale would do a good job.

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    Hey William, did you use a palette-knife like brush on pressure opacity to paint those images? Very interesting technique for the metal on that last one, it almost looks like a kitbash-- each individual part is very well rendered.

    I think I'm going to do another one tonight as well.

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    Not sure how well that one worked. Something about it that I don't like. Oh well.
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    in awe, as usual, with the stuff here.
    Here is a quick (well kinda about 30-45min) pencil sketch, hopefully get more time to do something better later...

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    lots of good ideas!

    your dog sketch is inspirational William.

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    DSG 1480: Anticipatory • CREATE SOME NEW ROBOTIC HORROR THAT MIGHT COME FROM SKYNET

    Oh man I hate drawing robots, let alone painting them, so I tried the assignment. I already knew it was one of the things I need practice in, so here is the start. Next time I will definitely use reference for colors. I usually do, you can tell I didn't.
    Was playing with brachna's brush set. Probably not the best brushes to start painting metal with, but hell I had fun.

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    A Little Package

    Here's my idea. I had a few minutes...
    Ask yourself , what self respecting soldier wouldn't go pick up a defenceless little baby crying for it's mother on the battlefield?
    Of course...this one comes with a surprise. As well as a homing beacon it is an incendiary device!

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    Here's mine, I'm not so sure about the background:

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    DSG 1480: Anticipatory • CREATE SOME NEW ROBOTIC HORROR THAT MIGHT COME FROM SKYNET
    The word ‘anarchy’ comes from the ancient Greek αναρχία in which αν meant ‘without’ and αρχία meant first a military ‘leader’ and then ‘ruler’. Anarchist society is one ‘without rulers’: a classless, non-hierarchical society.
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    (Arteater's) Is close to what I had always pictured as the robotic dog, from Fahrenheit 451.

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    Skynet Turtle

    Lol, i think its funny and needs to be seen. The skynet turtle, thats right, they takin over your fishin spots :3 . its in your pond, nommin on your bass.

    GIMP, five minutes

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    I really like a lot of these entries, there's some good artists in here.

    Here's my entry, figured since it's called "Skynet" that there should be a tethered city-eating weapons platform extending from an unseen orbiting satelite.

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