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Nonsensical  Orcamachine by beastofoblivion Nonsensical  Orcamachine by beastofoblivion
I imagine the Orca parts have all rotted away by now.


Old speedpaint textured and touched up a bit.

Looks like I need to fiddle more with the color settings on my monitor. Damn.

Art © Allison Theus, you know the drill.
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:icontobi-the-good-boy:
I love this drawing...despite it reminding me, every bit, of Gyo by Junji Ito. Read it only if you want to be disturbed...

I also don't recommend reading Uzumaki, By Junji Ito, before Gyo in sequence. All in one night. nightmarefuel.
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silvavocat Sep 28, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
Love the design. Very simplistic, which is what makes it so believable that such a thing could/would exist. The texture on the main body of the machine definitely help it achieve an old, scratched up metallic look. Fantastic work :nod:
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:iconbeastofoblivion:
Ah, thanks much! It turned out better then I had hoped, that's for sure.
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silvavocat Sep 29, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
you're very welcome! :)
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chiutina Sep 4, 2010  Student Digital Artist
Wow!
It's so cool~ :)
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Schatten-Drache Apr 10, 2010  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I don't know why, but it reminds me on pokemon kabutops...

it looks great!
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Apotheosi Jan 12, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
nonsensical but has charm.
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:iconruciowolf:
I love the colouring on this one!
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illogan Aug 16, 2008  Professional Traditional Artist
this is beautiful!
Wonderful textures and such amazing bright colors!
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Woomquip Jun 14, 2008   General Artist
i wouldnt have said nonsensical, then again i wouldnt have said orca either. put me more in the mind of something between a crawfish and a red gurnard, either way, nicely thought out!
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