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    arukagiri vs. PoppinFresh

    Okay, arukagiri, per Davi's guidelines, this challenge doesn't officially exist until we come up with a challenge subject. I'll let you decide what we do, I always tend to think of the same stuff...

    Of course, if you REALLY don't want to, I'll come up with the topic. And if there's no reply within a week, seeing as there's not too long before the end of TD7, I'll pick the topic.


    Take care, and remember to enjoy the taste of my cinnamon-glazed buns.

    PoppinFresh
    "To develop the personality is a gamble, and the tragedy is that
    the daemon of the inner voice is at once our greatest danger and
    an indispensable help. It is tragic, but logical, for it is the nature
    of things to be so."
    -- Carl Jung, "The Development of Personality"


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    Challenge topic

    Hey, arukagiri... where the heck are you? :confused:
    By the way, if anyone else feels like dropping in on this topic with some sketches, I'd be cool with that, too.

    Anyway, a week has passed, so I'm making up the topic:

    EXTREME-ENVIRONMENT MECHS!!! :cool:

    I don't know if this has been done already, but...
    Mecha (robots) that have been adapted to unusually harsh or distinctive conditions. I'm thinking mechs adapted for lava, mechs adapted for gas planets, etc... I tend to make more organic mechs, but I think basic rules are that

    1. these mechs ought to feel like... well, mechs.
    2. and these mechs should be shown in their environments, of course.

    If you're more of a character guy, feel free to include a pilot sketch. The pilot's personality and appearance should reflect the environment the mech is adapted for.

    Take care, everyone! I'm going to start posting stuff soon...
    "To develop the personality is a gamble, and the tragedy is that
    the daemon of the inner voice is at once our greatest danger and
    an indispensable help. It is tragic, but logical, for it is the nature
    of things to be so."
    -- Carl Jung, "The Development of Personality"

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    Snow Robot

    I did this for those people who clicked on this thread hoping to see something (anything!) and just got text.

    I have to be honest. I'm very sorry, but I have no idea what the stuff on the robot does. I think the rear jets seem pointed up, which is odd. Damn.

    (This kind of reminds me of an Aerial Hunter-Killer from Terminator mating with an AT-AT from Empire Strikes back. Actually, that's almost EXACTLY what it is... wow, I get to be sued TWICE! :eek: )

    arukagiri vs. PoppinFresh
    "To develop the personality is a gamble, and the tragedy is that
    the daemon of the inner voice is at once our greatest danger and
    an indispensable help. It is tragic, but logical, for it is the nature
    of things to be so."
    -- Carl Jung, "The Development of Personality"

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