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Main : ! 3D Art ! : Original Characters :  Hazardous Duty Fram

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Hazardous Duty Fram
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SubmitterObsidianMore Photos from Obsidian   Last Update2014/3/26 21:14
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Sometimes tasks need to be performed that require more meticulous detail than current drones can accomplish yet are far too hazardous for living beings and the cost for large quantities of well programmed androids is very prohibitive. Enter the "Frame" a hollow shell designed to house a human essence.  The living subject is downloaded into the frame and essentially posses the machine. The pi;lots original body is kept in stasis until the end of the assignment. While in the frame the pilot feels no pain or any sensation of any kind nor does the pilot require food or water. For all intents and purposes the pilot is a machine and subject to the same physical limitations. Prolonged confinement within the frame can cause a detachment from humanity and drive less willed people insane so it is common practice to screen applicant thoroughly before transfer.In the event of catastrophic destruction of the original most contracts include a genetic clone clause to replace the original body. Typical contracts last up to 5 years and as one might expect the frames are reusable and can be used by multiple clients though only one pilot can occupy a given Frame at a time.

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Bandwidth
Posted: 2014/4/4 12:54  Updated: 2014/4/4 12:54
Official Award
Joined: 2008/7/13
From: Canada
Posts: 556
 Re: Hazardous Duty Fram
Congratulations, this image made it to the Top Images from the last week of March, 2014
pijon
Posted: 2014/3/27 23:52  Updated: 2014/3/27 23:52
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Joined: 2006/7/18
From: United States
Posts: 6363
 Re: Hazardous Duty Fram
I like this one a lot. Great job!
Obsidian
Posted: 2014/3/27 18:17  Updated: 2014/3/27 18:17
Henchman
Joined: 2012/12/23
From: Oxford Michigan
Posts: 1088
 Re: Hazardous Duty Fram
Sorry Danny that wasn't Gradient Glow it was Backlight.
Machobubba
Posted: 2014/3/27 17:49  Updated: 2014/3/27 17:49
Herald
Joined: 2009/10/8
From: Residing Philadelpihia, From New Jersey
Posts: 1758
 Re: Hazardous Duty Fram
Exactly what i thought, (yeah right)... Great job...
Obsidian
Posted: 2014/3/27 13:56  Updated: 2014/3/27 13:56
Henchman
Joined: 2012/12/23
From: Oxford Michigan
Posts: 1088
 Re: Hazardous Duty Fram
Gradient glow, a linear point light and a spotlight.not an easy task to get the exact glow I wanted. However, the end result was well worth the effort.
Machobubba
Posted: 2014/3/27 11:08  Updated: 2014/3/27 11:08
Herald
Joined: 2009/10/8
From: Residing Philadelpihia, From New Jersey
Posts: 1758
 Re: Hazardous Duty Fram
WOW! is that glowing done with you know what?.. That's impressive... I like this a whole lot....