View Poll Results: Vote for your favourite entry in this Special 100th round of IDW!

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  • Rabbi Satan

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  • Tetrodotoxin

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  • Rezeroth

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  • Evil_Sloth

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  • Mortain.B

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  • The Crazy Dude SRD

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  • D@niel

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  • Amber Alexander

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  • xgabo

    30 18.99%
  • monotony

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  • cubesoflard

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  • Hunkulus

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  • Markusthebarbarian

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  • Adi.

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  • Mythmaker

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  • gunnarson

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  • thenathan

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    Icon IDW #100: The Mechanical Man - VOTING!

    IDW #100: The Mechanical Man - VOTING!

    Topic: The Mechanical Man

    Brief:
    1. Design and draw The Mechanical Man
    2. Include orthogonal drawings (front, side and back views minimum) in your entry.
    3. Since the winning entry will be on the new IDW banner, you have to be able to provide your robot with a plain (or no) background! Including a background in your final entry is okay as long as you have a second version without it for me to put on the banner.
    4. That's it... now draw!

    You can find more background information and a list of the prizes in the original thread here: IDW #100: The Mechanical Man - SPECIAL ROUND!

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    No voting for your own entries! I repeat, no voting for your own entries

    Please give critiques and comments, we're all here to learn from each other!

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    Deadline for voting: Saturday, June 13

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    Released by the Housetech corporation, this fantastic new maidbot can replace any maid you would already have. It doesn't require any pay or housing. This new product, fresh out of our labs may be yours for ten mensual payments of 359.99$ Don't wait! Call now and you will receive one month of free soap for BONNY's included washing/drying Machine!

    Housetech is not responsible for injuries and death occuring the use or misuse of this device. Some case of kids drowning in the washing machine or getting stuck in the vacum cleaner have occured. Cases where the robot went postal and killed an entire familly represent less than 3% of all documented cases. Battery sold separetly.

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    "Never regret thy fall from grace, O' spirit of Icarian flight, for the greatest tragedy of them all to face, is to never feel the burning bright"
    Believe my lies, for I tell the truth about them. Or would you rather me lie about telling the truth?

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    Wheeew, heres mine:

    The task of this little fella is conditioning potentially toxic fluids. Floating in a tank, it pumps the purified water through the "umbilical chord" into separate storage tanks. Theres no need for arms; the legs are used when the tanks are empty or when it has do walk to a different location.



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    My Entries

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    When the Geisha etiquette died out in the twenty first century, Japanese business men devised an alternate host for their parties.

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    In 2019 the Dempster Brothers, Inc. released their new version of the classical "Dumbster" mobile garbage bin - the Dumbster mobile garbage bot. In big cities they became a part of everyday street life.

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    MFB-1881 - 'Claudia 1881 Series'

    The ultimate in utility robotics is now finally available to the public for the small price of $35,900.00.

    With a simple user interface and learning AI, you can modify her routine and interface with other people. Set her up to help with tasks around the house or office. Have her help with repairs, moving furniture. She follows almost every command that you give her. Don't miss out on this beauty of a deal!

    *Powered by AMD Vitae Bio-core Processors
    *Full electric power with a battery life of 96 hour lifespan with a 16 hour backup battery
    *Can travel over all smooth terrain with wheels
    *Can carry and move up to 500 lbs.
    *Already preprogrammed with a profound knowledge base of commands that include
    Malicious Command Countermeasures to prevent harm from being done to the
    owner or other users.
    *Able to be updated utilizing the internet.
    *Options for different 'Personalities,' 'Faces,' and Multi-language support!
    *3 year parts and maintenance free!
    *Body is kept stable utilizing gyroscopic motors that counterbalances weight to keep vertical!
    *Great for busy parents who need someone who they can trust to watch the kids!
    *Awesome for businesses who need the extra manpower for busier periods

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    Here we gooooo!

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    Here's mine:

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    XGABO - Olympic Man

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    wow great work, guys!
    here's mine

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    Cubesoflard: Mechanical Man

    Booyah

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