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Date
05/16/2012
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Fine Art
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567 x 800 px
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fetus
biomechanical

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Author Comments

fetus in the womb of its biomechanical mother. while being watched by mechines, they plan to grow more humans specimens to study there race, after there long extinction by the very mechines that now grow them.
This was kinda matrix inspired

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draco227draco227

Rated 4 / 5 stars May 27, 2012

i don't know what to say
realy
i mean it
wow



PapaSanguisPapaSanguis

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 19, 2012

Jhep, this definitely has Warhammer 40.000 feelings to it.... Great work!



casulcasul

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 16, 2012

The hard lines of the machine against the soft curves of the flesh give such an odd feel of unnatural fitting together naturly. Very nice piece and I will say that you must also have at least some warhammer 40,000 inspiration in there of the adeptus mechanicus with the whole open showing of augments and so on rather than it being hidden away. A truly wonderful if bizzare piece. However, I personally do love this sort of thing but that's because I have a thing for the whole thing about man and machine.



jeeshwa123jeeshwa123

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 16, 2012

"Wow" is really all I have to say for this. Well drawn, well inked, beautifully executed, there's not a whole lot to say. If I had to knit-pick, I'd say to use more uniform strokes in the black sections so that you don't see the lines, but other than that, I have no criticism. Very powerful, fantastic job :)



Rakkar319Rakkar319

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 16, 2012

reminds me of WH40k