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    Cool Cakubi Roba

    Title : Cakubi Roba
    Artist : Awaqas @ Nusantarian
    Software : Photoshop CS & Graphire III
    Time : App 6 hrs
    Desc : Supposed to be Aibo replacement?

    Cakubi Roba

    Cakubi Roba

    A lil bit of how I did this, is here:-

    http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/31129806/


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    looks cool. i whould buy the real robot version if it could climb walls and stuff. hehe.

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    cool concept
    looks like real plastic!

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    adorable! I want one ^_^ An fantastic coloring job. I read your tutorial, you make it sound so simple. I think the flexible area of the tail on the bottom piece isn't as well rendered as the rest, though. Anyway, keep up the good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greymattre
    adorable! I want one ^_^ An fantastic coloring job. I read your tutorial, you make it sound so simple. I think the flexible area of the tail on the bottom piece isn't as well rendered as the rest, though. Anyway, keep up the good work.
    Lol.. thanks for reading my `simple' tutorial. People usually dont follow a hard one..

    Thanks @infinit & @mort !!

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    Wow. This is so technical and clean it's hard to see it as a painted piece. Bravo!

    And I totally want one.
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    That looks so 3D its crazy! I thought that was modeled!

    Great job and I'd love to have one of those too.

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    I also thought it was a 3d rendered piece. The coloring seems so simple, but the it ends up looking so realistic. Great job.

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    ooh really like that top view, like others have said if it where a real robot id buy one

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    good job !! really cute stuff

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    very nice realism

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    Quote Originally Posted by srsizzy
    I also thought it was a 3d rendered piece. The coloring seems so simple, but the it ends up looking so realistic. Great job.
    Thanks man.. the key of this, as I mentioned is on the shadow, which make it looks grounded.

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