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Jan 6, 2017 | 5:38 PM EST
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Link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxzARKt0_U0sLHbF4pDN1Pw
Disclaimer for Jazza* - I am truly a beginner with digital art! I have received my first ever Wacom Intuos Art Tablet this Christmas... This piece is the 5th I have created with the tablet, however, I have been drawing with classic pen and paper for about four years now ever since I started at 9 years of age. Since digital art is so different to me I do consider myself a beginner In it. If you disagree with my reasoning feel free to judge me in the open category...
~Nathan
This piece of art set in the late 3300's depicts an old war robot that has wandered the ruins of Earth for decades. The levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere have greatly increased making the air outside unbreathable for humans. Fresh air became a luxury... The humans built reserves of fresh air, but one by one those reserves were depleted. One reserve provided a century's worth of air for 50 000 people. On august 4rth, 3278, it all came down to the last reserve and sure enough, a war broke out between the countries. The Third, and last, world war. The humans couldn't send human soldiers to fight due to the absence of clean air in the atmosphere, so each country designed robots to fight in the war instead. The war lasted many years, and sadly, No winner emerged... All was destroyed, there were no survivors... All gone, but one lost robot remained. It wanders aimlessly through the vast desolate Earth...