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Robot Day 2010


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--Edit -- Thanks so much to whoever frontpaged this for me! You rock! ^^

My Robot Day 2010 entry. I intentionally didn't make it clear what was going on. Are they good guys, bad guys? Are they protecting their city or invading someone else's, etc.


Holy Maccaroni!!! The Avatar has befriended the Robot of Doom!

I have no idea why that came into my mind O.o Nice art work though :D

I think this is probably the best Robot Day artwork I've ever seen! It's great to know you created this at the beginning of the celebration of the holiday. I can't tell if the big robots are on the guy's side. It seems like this would be an easy opportunity to kill him. I love how his gun's firing off in the distance. I love the flying robot in the background.

I notice that a building says "Newgrounds". I guess this is where the robot apocalypse took place. I could spend a lot of time just looking at the little details. I just now notice the telephone pole in the background. And now I noticed a lightning strike. Awesome!

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Epic! I can just imagine these guys popping out of some random programmer's computer and scaring the shit out of him and make him soil his pants!


so....? are these guys like friends?

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Hyptosis responds:

Of course! Friendship is wonderful!

very nice

this really reminds me of warhammer and this is really nice, well done.
i reckon they have escaped the NG office and are destroying the city. this image tells a great story

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4.54 / 5.00

Jun 16, 2010
8:05 PM EDT
File Info
1200 x 1000 px
460.8 KB

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