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Experiment Number Six

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4.39 / 5.00

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Jun 19, 2009 | 8:18 AM EDT
Category
Fine Art
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900 x 726 px
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193.4 kb
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robot
cyborg

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Author Comments

5:17
Pulse and temperature continuing to fall
Body inert
Skin grey and flacid
No response to external stimulae
EEG shows no cerebral activity

5:42
Experiment ends

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VastileVastile

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I need

I need to write a book about this simple, yet amazing painting on what may come to pass. Allow me to write something to this key?


LaserKarl responds:

I don't see why I would stop you from doing that.

You might find inspiration in the same song that inspired me to draw this; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rnijc0YfD9k


SonicrjkSonicrjk

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing!

This is absolutely astonishing, great work!



CptBeefcakeCptBeefcake

Rated 5 / 5 stars

bravo

Parting of the Sensory seems oddly appropriate



HotChiliGumptionHotChiliGumption

Rated 5 / 5 stars

experiment # 6

do you know lemon jelly?


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LaserKarl responds:

Well yeah, you might recognize the description as the sampled lyrics from that track, wich the image is named after..


NousentreNousentre

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is just beautiful...

I think you have such a suave way with your imagination, considering there is so much color, depth, feeling, and even nostalgia in your artwork. And to me, even for a cyborg/human figure who's facial appearance just doesn't fit into our real world, seems to think life is already pretty damn good, considering he only lived for 25 minutes. And by your description, I can see how what's left of him is slowly churning away, and yet, the experiment doesn't seem to be a failure at all (in this man's eyes, anyways). So, it was fun mumbling on a bit about your artistic forte; I just hope your pen remains an extension your body forever.
I've also noticed that this is a digital painting. And mind I ask, because I'm sure you use a wacom tablet, which tablet exactly do you use? I've always been curious to know that, because drawing on a computer must feel more.... comfortable. But either way, keep in mind; you now have one more fan who will die for your art any day (really).


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LaserKarl responds:

Its always absolutely great to hear someone elses interpretation of smething I've done. I thank you for that.

As for the wacom, its an wacom intuos 3 - size a5, i think. Theres cheaper ones that does the trick aswell though.