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    IDW # 140 : The Mechanized Gardener - VOTING!

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    IDW #140 Topic: The Mechanized Gardener

    Deadline for voting: Wednesday, October 6th

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    It was the palace's gardener.No one knew either its origin or producer.But my grandfather said once that it was unique model and it has no series.While I was watching it while working sometimes I thought that it was looking me but actually it only made his works and I had nicknamed it.It was "silent veteran".


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    Always so little time and so much you want to do. But here goes, the Japanese gardener(JPG8-12z1.2) gets the job done wheter its mowing the lawn, trimming the hedges, cutting old flowers or watering plants. It floats like a hovercraft and has a built in lawn mower as well. One arm is used for trimming hedges and cutting flowers and branches. The other is used to grab hold of things where grabbing is due, it also waters plants and stuff. The "head" is actually filled with electrics and high tech wires of all sorts, and a camera that senses the surroundings to make sure no flower is left untouched. The box thing underneath the head stores water and has a small hatch in wich JPG8-12z1.2 stores seeds. Finally I would like to thank my desktop lamp for inspiration.

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    The Mechanized Gardener

    Here is my Mecha Gardner. He can water the gras, cut the weed, remove trees, Dig in the dirt, Poison the weeds, plant grasseeds and more...
    He is mainly ment for big gardens and the more heavy duties. He even can speak in 10 languages! Amazing!!!
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    Yea I can't post for the finals, Internet is not working at home atm, so yea maybe next time

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    bad gorgonbunny...

    Hi everybody!

    I am helping out PixieTrick this week by opening the polls for this thread, and starting a new topic. Unfortunately, I am experiencing a user (myself) malfunction. The poll and the next topic will be up as soon as I can manage. I apologize to everyone for being less than on the ball.

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    Cisci: I can see this one appearing in a movie... Great Idea. He is a machine with personality. Cool how he rolls on this giant ball. I voted for this one as my fav.
    General F: Nice how you took the idea of your lamp and turned it into this robot! It only feels a bit too flat. Better to draw 3/4 the position of this robot to make him less flet because now things are harder to read (like his mouth)
    JanJager: Nice one...Most unique one I ever saw. It also looks verry real! Great job.

    Now up to the next one! I am gonna try to finish my Chow now

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    Thank you Kir Nuyts, I am pleased that you liked it.Also your design is well-done, good job.
    JanJager : It is a original design and have very nice textures.Good job.
    General F. : Your idea is nice.And presentation makes it clearer.With more detail and lighting it will be more grown.

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