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Assistant Slave Drones by PlasmaFire3000 Assistant Slave Drones by PlasmaFire3000
An original design that started as an out-of-boredom 3-minute sketch ([link])...and ended up as an ART 003 "Visual Images on the Web" vector project. Nothing like spending several hours using the bucket tool to fill every last crevice!

This mecha is a large flying "slave drone" that provides supporting energy-based fire to reach crevices and visually reveal weak points on enemies. It is controlled by a larger bipedal platform at all times.

Inkscape 0.46 with Wacom tablet.

[Edit, 7/3/09] Removed the original stand-alone "B" variant and combined both types together on the same page with a simple background.
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MacoDelo Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2010
SLAVE DRONE! Bring me my tea (^_^)... Slave drone (^_0)? Oh, slaaaaaaaave drone (o_o)????

SLAVE DRONE! I SAID BRING MEH MUH TEA (@W@)! Oh and fire on incoming enemies (LOL) [KABOOM] Geeze! Thanks slave drone (^w^)

Hey man how are yeah? Don't need to answer me right away, but just wanna say what's up? Have not heard from you in a while and thought, well... how are things? It's summer time and yup, things are going swell. I'm actually revving up for some life-changing event comin' up, but can't tell you what it is... yet. It's one of those things. But I'll tell you it's great and science related (>_o)

On another note, what can this be used on a robot? Since torque on joints, propulsion for movement, and perhaps gear shifts need to be used on robots and future iron-man suits:


retroboy78 Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2010
So thats your avatar. I have been trying to come up with a design similar to this.
Redex001 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2009
These are really neat, Kevin.
Xperimental00 Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
They do look fluid and aerodynamic. ^^
i3i11theWi11 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2008
Wow very cool! What weapon (Wacom) are you using?
PlasmaFire3000 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2008
I borrowed a 4x6 Intuos3 from Catherine (kheleksul) over the summer to do this, but I have my own now. Gotta say, they're incredibly fun and useful!
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