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    DSG 677: Character: Machine-man

    Today's topic is: Character: Machine-man
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    This is probably my second or third digital painting ever. I just had to try this DSG thing. It's so inspiring.


    He's more machine than man now really.

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    Omgawd. Sonja, how do you do that?

    Machine Man par exellence, good on ya Jareth. Nice shining metal effect.


    And whoops, shouldn´t have just glimpsed at the topic. Should´ve read it.
    Remebered "Metalman". *tsk* Well, that´s what first jumped to my mind.
    First Cyborg I encountered. The Tin Woodchuck from Wizard of Oz.

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    A tutor once said to me: "Let your mind go!" and it didn´t come back.

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    Omg Sonja, you've gotta be kidding me
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    Causing much debate during it's unveiling, this platform for prosthetic advancments had a limited AI and could feel "pain."
    Having served it's purpose with no major hitches, this "machine-man" soon faded into the pages of robotic history.
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    That reminds me of Harkonnen, Sonja

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    I typically hate the fanboy reaction to people stuff but Sonja-nine that's awesome beyond measure. Especially for a sketch. OMG!! heh there's my fanboy part.
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    Um, yeah

    Drawing mechanics is something I definitely need to work on, so I'm glad this topic popped up today.

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    It's been quite a while since I participated in the DSG. It's good to be back =)

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    How about Machine-Woman?

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    Confession time...
    I did this a while back, but thought of it when I saw the title for the topic. I know it's cheating (sort of), but anyway...
    "Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up."
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    Sonja is a machine

    Yep, I've decided. You are a machine.
    PLEASE tell us you took longer than 1 1/2 hours to finish this one!
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    Quote Originally Posted by oomgawa
    Yep, I've decided. You are a machine.
    PLEASE tell us you took longer than 1 1/2 hours to finish this one!
    Thx Oomgawa. Yeah, i went a lil over time on this one, about 1 hour 32 mins 'ish The longest time i've spent on a DSG for a while!

    Very enjoyable topic though!
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