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G-Bot Reinterpretation


Robot Day 2010 every one!!
Here contributing with the preparatives for the party I'm introducing you my 4th piece
G-Bot reinterpretations is based more on the interactions G has been having with the users on the last years. I know he is supposed to be a huge, bald, sensitive guy with wheels. Still I feel G-Bot more like that little guy there is in every office who has everything working but gets no credit at all... you know... I.T.s, technical support.
So yes, I made him look like that little fat guy who is up earlier in the morning to work for every ones good... and yes, I putted hair and headphones on him. Sue me

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like the pic

:D but piz make him skinner next time

Manuel-Dangelo responds:

You havn't seen actual G, did ya? it actualy is fatty

kinda looks like a fat nerd

great work robots are lucky they dont get acne or he would have a problem

Manuel-Dangelo responds:

they have oxid which is way worst xD
Thanks and happy robot day

you certainly gots some creative ideas there dude!

as always, flawlessly coloured, impressed how you managed give g-bot a whole new design but still have it look like g-bot, so awesome job with the ideas!

btw have you seen my g-bot, probably not as great as yours but hey, im effin 12 :C

Manuel-Dangelo responds:

I've seen it and its great... maybe a bit too badass for G-Bot.

cool man!

i like the highlights!

Manuel-Dangelo responds:



G-bot was a ripoff of Clank from the Ratchet and Clank series.

Manuel-Dangelo responds:

I'm sory, I've never played that game.

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Jul 3, 2010
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