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04 April 2004, 08:23 AM
rahul has entered the Machineflesh 2D Challenge.
06 June 2004, 04:26 PM
APU- THE DEGRADATOR
This ogre like creature is 30 years old who like many of us lives a happy and normal life he like many others makes his way to the park every morning for a walk ,loves
kids and video games , had a series of unsuccessful relation ships in the past and is now single. A very soft-spoken and popular guy in his neighborhood, That’s about it’
-Oh, did I forget to mention that he eats garbage?
-and that he works for a secret government organization which was setup as the only
hope to fight the ever rising levels of pollution in Bombay city?
The truth is he’s one of a kind he can turn non-biodegradable stuff (like synthetic-plastcs,rubbers,aluminums,glass,etc) into decomposable and eco-friendly products, by a process called PARALLEL METABOLISM made possible with an artificially installed digestive system.
His amazing ability was actually a big accident (like many Big discoveries in the past). Scientists and doctors were forced to conduct A never before attempted and Irreversible medical procedure to save his life. Now what was supposed to be curse happened to be a dream .All day long he munches with his humongous lower jaw (Metallic Mandible) crushing and gobbling pieces of Plastic and Rubber, and amazingly digests it much quickly than ordinary humans would do with organic food
06 June 2004, 05:52 PM
great hump there on his back and great jaw..hehe
just get more mechanics on the image tho...
and as the competition intro suggests, its machine and flesh..
show some machine in flesh.. add some wires to release the gasses that are produced in digestion..maybe?
also and open and shut door at the side of his hip so that the internal parts can be cleaned and maintained..may be the powerbox?
and special musles from bottom of belly to the collar bone to support the extra heavy digestive system from popping out through his skin?
ne way great image tho..
keep in touch.
01 January 2006, 02:00 AM
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