This Chop's a Blast. Caught my eye a lot earlier . . . Googled around a bit on names and organizations listed in bottom credits. Whatever source, me-thinks credits added, etc., Source(s). ., kinda. "Nuclear Weapons, Use 'em or Lose 'em."
Looks like a real poster and well done with including the credits make the image more real
Gets the message across that nuclear weapons are VERY bad news. Shame Kim of North Korea doesn't seem to understand.
Cat made out of car parts (Fiat). Member reactions:
TY for comments.
DOXIE... I knew this would end up somewhere on the stage. Great work. You should do more of these surreal animals. They look great. The mouse i like the most. Just a few parts and unmistakable a mouse. Good stuff.
I thought it was a Doxieone creation; Congratulations.
awesome work liz .. congrats on the bronze , keep your great works on
Sweet little chop. I agree with Jere, you should consider doing more like this
Ty again for comments - Even Kratos came by for a visit. TY. Hit/Jere: Yeah, I am animal oriented for the most part. I enjoy working entries with them as the focus. The mouse is from Google, though,i.e. "robot mouse." Next time I'll change stuff around a bit to make it more 'mine' so I am not 100% borrowing from someone else's creation, albeit this time a thing theft, not an art theft.
It would be fun to demonstrate the swallowing of the corporation...
With the recent health care advances, more and more people receive complex organ transplants which were not possible years ago. The trend even got into Hollywood: the recent movie "The Eye" (2008) shows the main heroine undergoing a cornea transplant which gives her strange visions. The 2003 Oscar-winning movie "21 Gram" shows a person who receives a heart transplant, and how it changes his life.
Photoshop how life would be different if the human body were easily assembled with the replaceable body parts (just like cars or any other industrial products).
Here is a
good example. You are encouraged to be more creative than just doing cyborgs.