23C-HA by sjem ©

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In the 23rd century machines will become the ultimate extension; the apotheosis of our frail human anatomy.
I owe a belated thanks to Toxy for his story Concept which influenced the final direction taken for this magnificent theme.

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  • LostBoy1
    LostBoy1over 7 years ago

    Wild Stuff!…is that comp still going?

    Are YOU a robot sjem??

  • vjwriggs
    vjwriggsover 7 years ago

    Nice cool like colours

  • sjem ©
    sjem ©over 7 years ago

    It’s more of a ‘collective anarchic collaboration’ than a competition my good man LB1.

    You must join. Resistance is futile.

  • BLAH! Designs
    BLAH! Designsover 7 years ago


  • Scott Robinson
    Scott Robinsonover 7 years ago

    Damn that`s NUTS Sjem!! Love how it`s not symetrical, (and I`m always into walker type robots too), the colours, the form, you`ve bloody outdone yourself mate…

    Seriously…My GOD man…!!

  • Danny
    Dannyover 7 years ago

    I read in this interview somewhere that you were evolving into areas that were going to be exciting but I thought the author was a wanker.
    This is stunning.
    Do an all balck one too. It should transfer quite well.
    Did you use ya photo our own body as the model of the torso?
    There is a technical term for this kind of art…
    Shit ….fucking hot … I think.

  • trundles
    trundlesover 7 years ago

    Hey Sjem,

    Lovin this – thinking Danny really does too!

  • sjem ©
    sjem ©over 7 years ago

    Thanks all, there’s too much time poured into this one.

    Scott – You KNOW how much I love a walker !

    Danny – A black and white version is in the works, I just need to get the contrast right and yeah thats my weedy frame, I’ve posted it in the ‘self portrait’ forum. As for that writer you mentioned, total hack.

  • xander
    xanderover 7 years ago

    Nice work!
    Loving the textures and colour scheme.
    …and so lovingly detailed ….how long did you say you spent on this?

  • sjem ©
    sjem ©over 7 years ago

    Thank you kindly Mr Xander – lets just say that I’d need to sell at least a three thousand to see any return on my investment.

    And I’ve also got to figure out what to do with the six partly dismantled second hand excavators in my backyard, and then there’s the pesky guys at NASA who want their jet engine back …

    Good thing I did it for the love.

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