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in the far off future when oil is no longer used as fuel and the wars consume the world for a new source of fuel.

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Wonderful

I don't see why this got such a low score :\



Wait,what?

I don't really understand what just happened.


DragoonElite responds:

pretty much everythings being run by power sorces causing huge ammounts of radiation in order to fight they use robots of many sizes and outfit the troops with power armor that has a ai linked combat module. thats the thing being held to the armor through an electric current. the little robots are pretty much air dropped in and use small rounds but with a high rate of fire. mostly meant for seeking out non armored civilians. as for the huge robot its meant to remove buildings so theres no where to hide.

its tall but not tall enough that it have trouble moving standing up. it has long arms and a long neck so that it can use its jaws and claws for breaking apart buildings. it would look odd if I drew the whole thing but basicly its neck hunchs forward and the arms drag the ground.


Soo... what do THEY run on?

Color it, please. It'll come out pretty nice, I think.


DragoonElite responds:

I hope to some day, my main issue is money, its either color penciles, markers or somthing. or my gundam models, im taking a break from models in a few days so hopefully after repairing my psp ill get some coloring items. but I do agree it could use the color.

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1.60 / 5.00

Uploaded
May 26, 2010 | 2:15 PM EDT
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