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    Flamethrower Cyborg Concept

    Basic layout for a flamethrowing cyborg. Will be increasing the weight of the weapon to justify the backwards lean. Any c&c welcome.

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    Neat. Just, not all that cyborg like. If you want to stress the robot aspect, give him some mechanical sections, lots of wires and tubes, and maybe a few superfluous robot limbs.
    The character is looking cool, he could just look even cooler.

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    just as Duman say, it's lookin great till now, but not like a cyborg

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    It's a good start, but he looks too...clean. I'd say let's rough him up a bit. Shred or burn one of his pant legs. That'll serve a twofold purpose: it'll break up the symmetry in his legs and it's a nice story bit.

    Better yet, maybe cover him in soot and burns, so we all know what a serious pyromanic he is!

    Also, is he actually firing the flamethrower in this piece? If he is, his shadow should be cast backwards from him.

    And I agree with the others above: more cyborg parts!

    Great job, keep up the good work!

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    Thanks for feedback, some great ideas there. Will take them on board and hopefully have an update soon.

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