|21 Jan 2009|| Paul Cerar|
My interpretation: The scene is on a distant planet. A colony is almost wiped out by a plague. The only survivors are a few young children. They have enough common sense to realize they cannot survive alone, so they try to animate androids.
|21 Jan 2009|| Annemie Thijs|
Ah! I spotted Pandora’s box!
And is that a Coelacanth in the cage over there?
So nice, all those winks. Great work!
|21 Jan 2009|| John L Morgan|
Well, the innocence only lasts until something malignant comes up - think of the work that Anne Curie did on radioactivity, and now look at what weapon uses that research. I find this to be quite true.
|21 Jan 2009|| David Yeh|
Yup it has to be said very nice work with insane eye for detail!! A true masterpiece...
|22 Jan 2009|| Dave Cripps|
"Do Androids Dream of Holo Guinea Pigs?’ LOL
Yeah we’re still kids messing about with the universe. We haven’t even worked out even a bit yet.
|8 Feb 2009|| '' AlpineBob ''|
Soon ’Dad’ will have a much nicer personality...
I laughed at the slide rule in the instrument tray. Those ’floppies’ probably seem just as out-dated to todays kids as the alchemical glassware. The book titles were another amusing touch. And there are some actual guinea pigs in a cage across the room. Or are those holos? I notice their eyes are glowing...
Glad someone else pointed out Pandora’s Box, because I had missed it. Look below it - is something coming out of that cabinet? Just a little creepy...
Great details - this is awesome!
|30 Mar 2009|| Tabitha General_Wyvern Ruf|
Interesting. It has quite an ironic touch to it.
|18 Nov 2010|| Katherine Marie Lowe|
I spy Leonardo Da Vinci’s Anatomy drawing!