Clay I-Bot
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Clay I-Bot

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*sigh* Robot day is over, but that doesn't mean I still can't post in it's memory!

Anyway, I-Bot, the newest of the Newgrounds Bots. Everything I modeled off of came from the one picture of him that existed. So if I'm missing any detail that's understandable. One thing that I forgot to do though was make lines on the sides of him (where the metal meets). He is 6 inches tall, I didn't plan on making him that size but the model came out bigger then expected. Not much to say about this one. G-Bot is next, and he has the most work put in out of all of them, so I can't wait to get to him.

Another thing I want to bring up, is that one year ago today I posted the original Clay P-Bot. If you compare the two, I think I improved since then...

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what dose the i stand for



Impressive

Very cool! I love the level of detail put into this-- Though could you please give me a link to that one original reference picture? I would love to see it. ^_^


PikaRobo responds:

Look for it in Mindchamber's art section.


nice work

its also pretty amazing how well the figures hold up when you pose them


PikaRobo responds:

About that... Most of of them don't really hold together that well (At least for standing). So usually I only have about a minute or a few seconds to quickly get the picture. The robots were probably the most difficult considering how the joints aren't that strong. I-bot however seemed to stay just fine in that position.

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