Masamune Shirow’s Appleseed- 1985(Manga) 1988(Anime)
Masamune Shirow please teach me how to draw skinny girls like you~~<3
From 8BitScoundrel’s Tumblr.
One of my first coloring test with grayscale :)
Done with PS.
this scene was so intense omg
this scene brought back vivid and unpleasant memories of my son’s death. It was the hard scene to get though, having seen the real emergency c-section through a splash-guard mask.
(photos aren’t mine, see source)
Until September 6th you can pay $30-120 for a “buy in” beta…giggidy.
A two year old girl born with arthrogryposis, a congenital disease that left her unable to lift her own arms, has been given a new lease on life by a 3D printed robotic exoskeleton, enabling her to move freely for the very first time. The exoskeleton, made of a similar material to Lego, was manufactured using a Stratasys Dimension 3D printer so as to create a prosthetic light enough for young Emma to continue walking around freely.
While creating a lightweight exoskeleton by hand would be extremely difficult, 3D printing technology enabled the Alfred I. duPont researchers to not only customize WREX to Emma’s specifications in their own CAD software, but then print that design at that exact specification.
Japanese robotics expert Wataru Yoshizaki of Suidobashi Heavy Industry and artist Kogoru Kurata have created a robot that you can ride and battle in.
The robot called ‘KURATAS’ weighs about 4,500kg (4-tons); measures 4m-high (13 feet), 3m-wide and 4m-long; and costs about US$2.37 million.
Users can control KURATAS via their iPhones, or sit in its cockpit to pilot the robot.
The robot also has weapons, and has a function that lets users shoot their targets by smiling.
Currently, the ‘weapons’ are safe for humans, as they fire airsoft BB rounds that might not hit their targets.
Is this a step closer to the science fiction movie Real Steel?