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16,351
Score
4.64 / 5.00

Date
02/05/2013
Category
Illustration
File Info
546 x 759 px
JPG
346.9 kb
Tags
robot
armor
camo
artic
  • Frontpaged February 6, 2013

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Author Comments

UPDATE: Frontpage Awesomeness has dawned upon this frozen machine of doom.
I extend my jointed appendage in a sign of universal thankification.

Another fun robot picture, This time I wanted to experiment more with atmosphere.

Reviews


CLAVKommandoCLAVKommando

Rated 5 / 5 stars Feb 8, 2013

This is gorgeous!


Artist-Lost responds:

Why thankyou ^.^


Blue-SilverDragonBlue-SilverDragon

Rated 5 / 5 stars Feb 8, 2013

Very good job! Love the realism of the robot and of the enivroment.



FelixArkFelixArk

Rated 5 / 5 stars Feb 8, 2013

The arctic scenery, the camouflage about the machine body, the crazy scoped giant pistol, the odd hunched design on the mech itself... Those are some of the main facets that I love most about this picture.

However, my true love is in the face. Beneath the visor of the mech rests a truly enigmatic face that reveals no emotion. There is no anger, no passion... just two dead empty eyes fixated on their next target.

In this picture as a whole, you really captured the essence of "cold blooded killer." Kudos.


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Artist-Lost responds:

A very good look into a robotic nightmare. thankyou for the review ^.^


MAKOMEGAMAKOMEGA

Rated 5 / 5 stars Feb 7, 2013

i don't know for one reason that reminds me the enemies of oddworld


Artist-Lost responds:

It's probably the forward lean and the backwards jointed legs. Kinda like those guys with hands for faces.


PoisonHeartPoisonHeart

Rated 5 / 5 stars Feb 7, 2013

dude, lovin' the angles and atmosphere man


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Artist-Lost responds:

Angles make the piece dynamic. Atmosphere makes it come to life.