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Yashica Mat 124G
Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros developed Rodinal (1:50)
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For those of you who are wondering, this is not a real robot, but one that I drew myself. Originally, this photo had a woman, who I didn’t know, walking through the frame. Today I got a message from her letting me know that she was in the photo. Unfortunately she was “freaked out” by this and asked me to remove the image from flickr, which was kind of disappointing, as I rather liked the photo. Still, I don’t like to upset people and I’ve always wanted to see a real life robot walking the streets of my neighborhood (I’ve seen plenty of robots walking around before, just not where I live), so, using my amazing photoshop skills, I worked this guy flawlessly into the frame to create something that I think is a good compromise. 
…and no, I have never taken an art lesson before! I’m just really really good at drawing robots.

. on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Yashica Mat 124G

Fujifilm Neopan 100 Acros developed Rodinal (1:50)



For those of you who are wondering, this is not a real robot, but one that I drew myself. Originally, this photo had a woman, who I didn’t know, walking through the frame. Today I got a message from her letting me know that she was in the photo. Unfortunately she was “freaked out” by this and asked me to remove the image from flickr, which was kind of disappointing, as I rather liked the photo. Still, I don’t like to upset people and I’ve always wanted to see a real life robot walking the streets of my neighborhood (I’ve seen plenty of robots walking around before, just not where I live), so, using my amazing photoshop skills, I worked this guy flawlessly into the frame to create something that I think is a good compromise.

…and no, I have never taken an art lesson before! I’m just really really good at drawing robots.