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Scavengers by CrazyAsian1 Scavengers by CrazyAsian1
Hey everyone!

Heres another bird inspired mecha design. I started this one back in August and sat on it for awhile. Finished it up a few weeks ago, just forgot to post it. Had a lot of fun with this one and learned a lot during the process.

Hope you guys like!
Thanks for dropping by.

Rob

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Scavengers by ~CrazyAsian1 ( Suggested by KeinZantezuken and Featured by alltheoriginalnames )
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herofan135 Jan 18, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Incredible work here, I love it!
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:iconchullybelly:
i think i am in love.
i have never seen anything quite like this.
mech animals and humans.
you rock.
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:iconthagirion:
Thagirion Aug 30, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
This is very cool. It's neat to see a mechanized bird.
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:iconsomekindaspy:
How does he even see out of that helmet? Another example of fashion over function. xD

Very nice images, as usual. I find your animal mech designs fascinating.
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:icondragonlans:
simple a display on the inside
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:iconsomekindaspy:
Bullshit, how does the display get its information? Where's the optics?
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:icondragonlans:
there looks to be some optics on the point of the helmet, maybe im not realy sure or it could be that red streakin the middle of the helmet or just maybe micro sensors who knows
(sorry for any bad grammar or spelling, its not my main language)
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:iconsomekindaspy:
But just a few small cameras and sensors do not hold and collect enough data for someone to use them in the practical sense. (Your english is fine)
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:iconmaxwell207crm:
It's science fiction, so 1) relax 2) use your imagination. Nanotechnology for the camera, quantum computing... you name it. It's wish-fulfillment fantasy. It doesn't *need* to be realistic or even plausible. 
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