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"UtiliBot 2.JPG" by Tom Draco Noir Taylor

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This is  the same Robot as the other pic just  a differnt angle and on a different planet. What would you do if you found a planet of gold. Mine it ofcourse.




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15 Sep 2009:-) Yoni Danziger
Yes… they’ve found a 40 meters main road from ancient Jerusalem from the time of the second temple… it’s very interesting, archeology, I too find it a fascinating subject 2
(I live in Tel-Aviv, where the wild things are 14)


:-) Tom Draco Noir Taylor replies: "How interesting! I hope there pictures I can "google" and see what has been discovered! Such finds make the past come alive, and greatly increase our knowledge of history. Tel Aviv is a tremendously important historical location- it must be quite rewarding to live there. even with the Wild Things! 1"
16 Sep 2009:-) John R Farley Jr
Actually I see the parts better now, for some reason. Oh well.

:-) Tom Draco Noir Taylor replies: "I am scouring everywhere now for little odd bits that look weird, and Lynn has gotten hooked too! She who is always wanting me to empty the junk drawer says "wow, these sort of look like engine parts’!"
18 Sep 2009:-) Michael andrew koutek
very cool concept!

:-) Tom Draco Noir Taylor replies: "Thanks Michael! No trash is safe now."
23 Sep 2009:-) Dave Cripps
A planet of gold? Then you hide it and guard it. Too much gold on the market would drive the price down. You need a futuristic Goldfinger here 12

:-) Tom Draco Noir Taylor replies: "Ah , you clever devil! You have discovered my insidious plot- to de-value gold in the Universe so that I can replace it with Whoopoo beans from my home world as a standard of currency. They are all shiny and pretty and we have them in abundance. Everybody likes them until they discover they are invested with guglap weevils, one of the most disgusting and destructive vermin in all the known worlds. And only we know how to exterminate them! Muhahahaha! Then we shall have the market on the Whoopoo beans AND the extermination fees!! Wait, what currency will they pay us in? I may have to think this thing through a little more."
27 Sep 2009:-) Heidi Kathleen Black
Then all I can say about your Cyborg & Utilibots is Even more Awesome.I have this thing about saving some of the innerards of electronic,but don’t know what to do with them yet except weird abstracts out in the yard,but you kind of gave me an idea-no not sharing until I do,which may or maynot happen.I’m the queen of procastination.

:-) Tom Draco Noir Taylor replies: "Hey,Heidi, give it a shot! It’s just loads of fun- all you need is a high temp hot melt glue gun and various and sundry junk. To make outside stuff, probably two part epoxy would be better.Anyway, thanks for the kind words- I was encouraged to try it by John Farley- and the other model makers on E.W. like Kimberly Taylor, Per Johannsen, Airrion, and many other sculptors here. I just paint them with acrylics, but if you wanted to do outdoor pieces you could use enamels(like rustoleum)Give some junkbots or ships a try when you get some spare time!"
27 Sep 2009:-) Heidi Kathleen Black
Whoopoo Beans?I’m in the middle of a storm here so If this quits short you know why,since I can’t ususally seem to shut-up even when writing.Actually worse,no one to interrupt.

:-) Tom Draco Noir Taylor replies: "We heard there were some bad t-storms back your way. And as for talking or typing "too much" that is not a problem with us! I plead guilty to the same thing- but how else can people really communicate? We have a friend who is so quiet you almost need telepathy to hold a conversation with him!I like this fellow a lot, but he sure is hard to talk to. Have you had your art show yet? Let us know how it goes. 1"
9 Nov 2009:-) John Mad And Dark Prince Mironenko
Nice picture Tom i like the way this smart robot thinks!1

:-) Tom Draco Noir Taylor replies: "Thanks- now if I could only make a life-size real one!1"
11 Nov 2009:-) John Mad And Dark Prince Mironenko
I truly understand you i used to love robots and always wanted to have real one like in the Anime(Japanese cartoon)

:-) Tom Draco Noir Taylor replies: "Oh, I like anime and Mecha too! 1"
30 Nov 2009:-) Aída López Benayas
Looks like one robot who catch some earth from the moon.

:-) Tom Draco Noir Taylor replies: "Lol! Yes, it is good on the Lunar surface or your own backyard. It can mine ore, rake the yard, or make a really good pizza!1"
13 Dec 2009:-) Elsa R. Oakley
I need to get to that planet!!!! I just love gold!!! You may have noticed from all my replies on my page as I always use that colour. I think I am just like a magpie with shiny stuff! This robot is kind of cute in a way; reminded me of the film Wall-e.

:-) Tom Draco Noir Taylor replies: "Thanks Elsa! I will have that Bot deliver all that gold to you- of course it is many light-years away, but keep hopeful,it will eventually get there! I loved Wall-e! Thank you so much>1"
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'UtiliBot 2.JPG':
 • Created by: :-) Tom Draco Noir Taylor
 • Copyright: ©Tom Draco Noir Taylor. All rights reserved!

 • Keywords: Alien, Model, Robot, World
 • Categories: Humourous or Cute Things, Landscape, Nature, Panoramic, Robots, Androids, Humanoid Warmachines
 • Techniques: Other Computer Paint Program, Photoshop
 • Submitted: 2009-09-12 11:43:05
 • Views: 642
 • Resolution: 800x600

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