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    [DSG|EU] 54: Design your own Nanomachine

    [DSG|EU] 54: Design your own Nanomachine
    life is cruel only to make you stronger
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    [DSG|EU] 54: Design your own Nanomachine

    it can fly, you control it throu your pc. in 2100 this nanomachine + software will cost about 100 $.
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    Started late, took about 40-50 minutes. Just playing around with some mixing for lighting techniques and robot shapes. Then a dentist commerical came on tv, so I made hima tooth cleaner lol.
    Cleans your teeth, just $20293039393 and you'll never need a tooth brush again
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    [DSG|EU] 54: Design your own Nanomachine
    "Positive vibrations man. That's what makes it work. That's reggae music. You can't look away because it's real. You listen to what I sing because I mean what I sing, there's no secret, no big deal. Just honesty, that's all." -Bob Marley
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    this oversized nanomachine isnt quite done finishing my drawing about nanomachines...
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    prolly not as 'nano' as it is 'little' but here we go
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    Programmed to penetrate the cranium through the cribriform plate, enter the neural system, and extract memory.

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    My crappy photoshop attempt.

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    nice job bee - u have lots of practice without a wacom and u getting good!
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    Neole. How do you think up this stuff!!! Maybe I've been limiting myself down lately, but that's also because I still need work on the little things
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