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    IDW # 207 - Bio-Mech Mind Control Implant

    IDW # 207 - Bio-Mech Mind Control Implant

    Topic: Bio-Mech Mind Control Implant
    Deadline: Sunday, June 24

    Design a bio-mech mind control implant; the implant has to be located on the head(s), the host does not have to be human, nor does the host have to be fully functioning after they become the host.

    Brief:
    1. Design and draw a Bio-Mech Mind Control Implant.
    2. That's it... now draw!

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    So basicly a device that, when implanted, has the ability to control the (human) host?

    Sounds like the worlds most awesome RC toy... like it!

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    HELLO THIS iS MY DESIGN ANY FEED BACK IS GREATLY APPRECIATED AS I WISH TO IMPROVE MY DESIGN SKILLS XDXDXD
    EDIT I TRY TO REENFORCE THE IDEA OF IMPLANT HAHA I DUN KNOW XDXDXD

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    I like the idea, but normally when I think implant I think something subdermal, under the skin. This is very extrnal and would probably violate the brief. An external hookup to something inside the head would probably be acceptable, but I'd try to make it on the interior of the body.

    Maybe show a cutaway of the device inside the skull.

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    THANKS Flame_Unquenchable THATS A GGGGRRRREEAT IDEA!!!!!!! XDXDXD I LOOKED UP SEVERAL RESOURCES ON THIS SUBJECT BEFORE STARTING MY DESIGN AFTER I THINK I WILL TEST ON MY CAT MMMWWWHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHA JUS KITTYING XDXDXD

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    ControColpo: Yep.

    SMILEFACE: Looking good- I have no problem with non-head connections but the majority of the thing should be on/in the head. The bio of the bio- mech needs to be there as well.

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    THANKS Pixie Trick AND FOR LETTING ME PARTICIPATE XDXDXD

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    Smileface - I like it, maybe include one large 3d image of your design and use the rest as supporting sketches, even a see thru of your idea?? also
    there is a few methods in translating your idea, like the process view how things function and also exploded view where you break up your machine into parts.

    Might join in on this one liking the topic

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    THANKS BROTHER aN DAMN YEAH JUMP IN XDXDXD

    EDIT AHH HERES WHAT I GOTS XDXDXD

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    Good job taking it to the next level Smileface...badass dude!

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    AHH THANKS Flame_Unquenchable !!!! XDXDXD YAL RRRRRRRRRRRROOOOOOOCCCCCCKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!!!!!!!! XDXDXD

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    Badass work, Smileface!! Great to see you running about again!!

    Art is not about competing against others and being better than everyone else, but it is about competing against yourself and discovering your greatest potential!

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    THANKS Rob Powell I JUS WANNA GET BETTER GOOD TO SEE YOU STILL WERKING HARD AS WELL BROTHER XDXDXD

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    haha, lately not so much, been slowing down a bit, but pushing myself to get back onto the tracks!!

    Art is not about competing against others and being better than everyone else, but it is about competing against yourself and discovering your greatest potential!

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    @SMILEFACE
    i really like watchu got man love how detailed u went into the functions
    mine is bit more simplistic
    mine is like a neural earwig that infects your brain fused with a machine disguised as futuristic headphones

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    Rob Powell HAHA WELL GET CRACK'N BROTHER !!!!

    penciltipred I THINK YOURS IS ALOT BETTER DESIGN AN CONCEPT I BELIEVE I FAILED MY FIRST ATTEMPT YOURS READS THE TITLE WITH JUST THE IMAGE AN FITS ALOT BETTER THAN MINE ALTHOUGH I PUT ALOT OF THOUGHT MY IMAGE DOSE SAY Bio-Mech Mind Control Implant ON ITS OWN THIS IS WHAT I WISH TO IMPROVE I WILL HAVE TO TRY HARDER XDXDXD

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    I'll have a go at this too.
    Drew the shark from reference, mostly because I've got no idea how to draw underwater lighting. So this was a fun exercise. Must give the implant some more thought.
    I'm thinking it's either used to turn the animal into a stealthy torpedo, or provide a small cargo platform for attack divers. Might do variants.
    Very fun anyway.

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    Wow Smileface. Are you on some ravingdrugs?

    IDW # 207 - Bio-Mech Mind Control Implant

    Still, great job on the entry

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