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10 July

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Made for Robot Day 2010

I first designed a robot
http://bbsimg.ngfiles.com /14/21289000/ngbbs4c12402 e1d49f.jpg
And then i started looking for inspiration for this image. I searched wikipedia for imporant events and birthdates and deaths. I found out that 10 july was Nikola Teslas birthday.
http://en.wikipedia.org/w iki/Nikola_Tesla
So as an homage to him, being one of the awesomest physicist and electrical engineers ever, i changed the theme in "The Creation of Adam"
http://en.wikipedia.org/w iki/The_Creation_of_Adam
Replacing the image of god with a simple tesla coil-sphere.

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Awesome! Imagine if Earth WAS created this way :D



pure genius

I have a lot of respect for really good artists that use their abilities the best way possible

good job, and keep up the good work


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This is...

What the representation of the painting "birth of Man" should look like! I love the ideas you used to create this and im a big fan of Tesla. you're a true visionary!


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This Piece

Is definitely worth adding to my favorites! :D :D :D :D



" Beep-Boop "

Wow. That's what I said when I see this piece, beautiful and amazing in it's simplicity. You made this picture have a meaning, with the way you changed such a historic picture, into something more.

The piece is one of my favorites, and it should set a standard of quality for all artists on Newgrounds.

10/10-A++


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LaserKarl
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Uploaded
Jul 9, 2010 | 10:11 AM EDT
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Fine Art
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1200 x 643 px
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224.4 kb
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