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19,590
Score
4.78 / 5.00

Date
07/08/2011
Category
Illustration
File Info
1600 x 1157 px
JPG
371.2 kb
Tags
simple
robot
butterfly
robotday2011
  • Frontpaged July 10, 2011

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The simple might not necessarily be the fool.

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SmokeryDotsSmokeryDots

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Good

The one looking "away" could stand out a bit more, or at least, that is what my artteacher would say:) other then that , I like it!


xTY3x responds:

i didn't want it to be celebrative and rethorical, i wanted it to be as simple as possible.


SoapbubbleSoapbubble

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow

Robot art can be pretty interesting when it's not mecha-super-robots with guns sticking out their asses.

I love the concept on this one. Just a single robot standing out from the crowd, looking at something beautiful, a display of emotions from an otherwise cold and metallic robot.

The color scheme really puts an emphasis on this, and brings the beauty of the natural butterfly out. Amazing.


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Civilized-ApocalypseCivilized-Apocalypse

Rated 5 / 5 stars

ohhhh wow

yes so simple and so perfect in impact i love this



MicFire999MicFire999

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing.

It hit me, this picture. For a machine to see beauty, to see more than what its programmed to see may happen in our futures.

We don't know when life appears in a life form. We don't know what -life- is. We don't know if a robotic creation that has enough complexity will be able to harness life.

anyways, great work man. Love it


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GabrieleBGabrieleB

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Yeah!

Tath was really good i like the color and the structure of the image good job