#1 Gel-7

| November 2, 2013 | 6 Comments

Day 1Gel-7, One in a series of many Interdimensional Immigration Enforcement Automatons.  Created by the Rygal Corporation for use in monitoring and apprehending subspace drifters. Highly durable and extremely task oriented, these units are sent between dimensions in place of delicate ‘soft-tissued’ organic agents who may not survive the stress of interdimensional jumping.

Category: 2013, Scifi

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Howdy, Austen's the name, and drawings the game! I'm a 25 year old slacker from Houston TX looking to build my skill so i can someday call myself a professional. You can view my work various places online, but here are a few links to some of the main ones. http://zaleskiart.com http://austenfm.tumblr.com/ http://www.fetus-man.deviantart.com/

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  1. endshark says:

    Aww yess, I love his face and the big things covering his ears. This dude is really cool.

  2. Dan Jensen says:

    I don’t know what it is, but I just dig this guy. Reminds me of something out of Brazil. Slightly creepy dull future tech authoritarian vibe. Good stuff!

  3. Dutch Mogul says:

    Hells yes, dude! Off to an excellent start. I’m a sucker for inter-dimensional law enforcement.

  4. I love the look of this guy. I’ve been trying to design a soldier/enforcement officer for a story I’m writing and I find it difficult to design something that stands out as different but looks generic enough to be a soldier. It’s like trying to redesign the stormtrooper all over again. But you’ve done it really well here.

  5. Jared Lewis says:

    He reminds me a bit of the cops in THX1138, which I always thought were pretty badass. Definitely sharp.

  6. AustenFM says:

    endshark – Thanks man, who wouldnt like some cool gigantic earmuffs!
    Dan Jensen – Awesome, i’m a big fan of Terry Gilliam films, glad you think it has that kind of vibe, i appreciate it!
    Dutch Mogul – Thanks man, glad you dig!
    Sebastian Chow – Thanks dude, I appreciate the kind words!
    Jared Lewis – Go figure, i just picked up THX-1138 on VHS the other day at goodwill, been wanting to see it for a long time now. Thanks!!

    Thanks again for all the feedback peoples! You rock!

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