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"All those moments will be lost in time... like tears in rain... Time to die. "- Batty

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fucking rad

epilepsy warning?

deathink responds:

gosh I hope filth frank looks at this!

I always thought NG in new grounds meant Naked Girls.......Guys not neo geo

deathink responds:

it's whatever you make it!

awesome drawing!

i like the robots (final) face expression, its so disturbing and scary...
i also like the fact that this image is changing colours, between blue/red and grey... clever detail!
(is this a .GIF pic? also, how can i do that to my drawings as well?)

the robot has a cool pose, some really nicely designed arms/body/hands/circuits and a creepy face, while the gun+the words written on the robot are also nice details as well.

my only question about this, is: WHO is batty, and whats the backstory in this drawing?
oh, and the swastika means that he's an evil robot, right?

really nice drawing, you did a great job as always, sir.
your robotic drawings are spectacular.

deathink responds:

Thanks a real lot Chris.
Yeah, this is a .gif animation.
As for batty, batty is the main antagonist in "Blade Runner". He is a synth. If you haven't ever seen it, definitely do.

Whoa, wasnt expecting the color change. Cop lights? This is sick...

deathink responds:

Thanks Kirky.

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