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Jul 25, 2010 | 10:28 AM EDT
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16 x 48 inch canvas made for my brother's birthday. Took me over 200 hours. Entirely made with acrylics and a touch-up of airbrush at the end.

Thanks a million for frontpaging this !!! Awesome stuff

P.S : Lots of people put up comments about the "innacuracy" of the thing. It's not supposed to work ! It's pure random mechanical weird parts put together.

P.S 2 : Knowing that Newgrounds is a huge artistic community..i'm going to let my e-mail (msn) adress for those who are interested in doing collaborations or simply discuss about art and all it's forms. I'm always open to talk with new people and share a common passion. So here it is :



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice work here

Wow i really like this, theres alot to see here, i do however think you should add alot more "SHINE" but also give it some oil and greese thats around in spots, so a mixture of shine and greese would also give this more of a realistic look aswell, just an idea of improvment but what you do have here is very impressive and very detailed its a work of art that is very welldone indeed, and i praise you on this, anyways nice job all around here.

I have suggested some shine and even mix in some oul and greese in there.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Different, but good

It's quite interesting to see the result of something that took literally 200 hours. Dude, when do you sleep, seriously? This didn't present a character, it just presented numerous circuits and how they fit into a system. I don't know much about motors, but I would imagine this is a fairly realistic representation. Of course, if you just made it up for a fictional car, that works fine too. It's great to see how well the shadings are on each part.

It shows you how a car motor is like a clock. I know this has been done to death, but clocks show us how each little part matters. This is easily the most detailed depiction of a car motor or any other kind of motor I have seen. It seems futuristic, if only because it's so well detailed. I notice how there's a single red wire/circuit in the lower left hand corner.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great stuff dude!

Strap this in a S.U.V. and i bet it'll take out every ass you point it at!!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Vraiment nice ton image !

Great work and keep posting your arts here ! :)


Rated 5 / 5 stars


lots of effort and detail!!!